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ALMANAC, MEMORANDA, RECORD OF EVENTS, A J1EGIS- j jj 

TER OF THE UNITED STATES, RHODE ISLAND STATE, 

AND PROVIDENCE CITY GOVERNMENTS, COURTS, 

MILITIA, CHURCHES, SOCIETIES, LODGES, A 

FULL LIST OF STREETS, HALLS, 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, ETC. 

AND A COMPLETE 

BDSINES5 DIRECTORY OF THE CITY OF PROVIDENCE. 



SAMPSON. DAVENPORT, & CO., 

Rear What Cheer Building, Providence, E. I. 

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BROWN BROTHERS & CO., 

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SIIAW'S U. S. STANDARD KING T11AVK1 .BUS, 

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All kinds of COPPER WORK, including 

Drying Machines, Slasher Cylinders, Color 
Kettles, Seamless Bolls, Etc. 

PROPRIETORS OF 

THE PROVIDENCE LEAD CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Lead J*ipe, Sheet Lead, Tin and Tin Lined 
Pipe, Solder and Plumbers' Supplies. 

75, 77, 79 and 81 SOUTH MAIN STREET, 

PHOVTDEXCE, K.T. 

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Cor. BENEFIT and MEETING STS., 

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Offers at Wholesale and lietuil a very large and healthy 

collection of 

BEDDING PLANTS, 

At very low prices. 

ESP* Funeral designs of Choice Flowers ma-ie to order 
at short notice. 

ALSO 

GgS&ZJCG, gopnZtXG' a<Yf> G£&P&*Xr*XG 

IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



WILLIAM A, HARRIS, 

Original and ONLY Builder of the 

HARRIS-COELISS STEAM ENGINE, 

From 10 to 1000 Horse Tower, 

With Harris 9 Patented Improvements 

PARK STREET, 

[Six minutes walk west from Passenger Station,] 

PEOVIBENCE, B. I. 

These Improvements consist of SELF PACKING 
VALVE STEMS, STOP MOTION ON REGULA- 
TOR, RECESSED VALVE SEATS, DRIP COL- 
LECTING DEVICES and PISTON PACKING. 

Small Parts are made lnterchangable and Kept 
in Stock for the convenience of Repairs and Fill- 
ing Orders for New Work at Short Notice ; also 
In General Construction and Superior Workman- 
ship. 

ENGINES of other Manufacture Remodeled to 
HARRIS-CORLISS ENGINES, if so desired, by 
Change of Cylinders and Valve 3Iechanism. The 
ONLY WORKS where this TYPE OP ENGINE 
CAN RE OBTAINED. 



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Specialties for - - Blacksmiths. 
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GOOD QUALITY ! LOW PRICES ! 

COIIOBOM, CARPENTER, & CO., 

81, 83, & 85 Cana! St., Providence. 



WESTMINSTER 
11 WESTMINSTER STREET. 

PK^VIUFACE, R. I. 

©. M. VOSE. 

II IU; WATER CON DUCKS TO GOOD HEALTH. 

mXsoist^s 
IMPROVED CEMENTED WELLS, 

[PATENTED MARCH Hth, 1871.] 
TJh novelty of this Weil consists in usiujr Hvdrauiic Cement, plas- 
ter. .1 il i reeij-j oh the earth or the vertical S ilea of the well, of proper 
Ihsi k in >*« tn [.'■. vci r the gn nntl from caving in. thereby very effectually 
Mmtt h- mil : all impure surface water from entering the wei'L 
i: j- KnrCireular and tull infuriuatiun, address 

WILLIAM MASON, 378 Cranston St., Providence. 

Or ni V. V. Msmiii & fo.'> Machine Shea, LaJ*y«tt« St 



W. E. BARRETT & CO., 

Proprietors of the 

Agricultural Warehouse 



43 and 44 CANAL STREET, 

PROVIDEITCE, R. I. 

Manufacturers of 

:F.A.K/M:i:N"G- TOOLS, 

Ami Wholesale an<i Retail Dealers in 
Seeds unci Wooden Ware* 

G. yf. WILLIAMS. ."W. !. R A BRETT. 

HAMLIN JOHNSON, 

New Agricultural Warehouse 

2 Exchange Place, Providence, E.I. 

Farming Tools of the latest improvements, and Garden, 
Field and Flower Seeds, from the most reliable sources in 
the eountry. State Agency for Stockbririge Manures. 
Animal .Meal for Poultry, Ground Oyster Shells, Cracked 
Bone, Scraps, *S:c. Plaster by the barrel or ton. 



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N ALMANAC 

AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



ITOl.1 18SO. 



552 Pages. Price, $1.00. 

SAMPSON, DAVENPORT, & CO,, 

PUBLISHERS, 
Rosu- What' Cheer Jluil<liti£, - - - Pr«videnee, 
1.V5 Franklin Street, ------- Boston. 



WM. B. BLANDING, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

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Nos. 54 and 5S Weybosset Street, 
And OS cC 70Js:orth Main St. 

Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, 

AND 

Druggists' Sundries, 

j Surgical Instruments at Manufacturers' Prices. Trusses, 
Crutches, Elastic Knee-Caps and Stockings. 

A Complete Assortment always on hand, 

SPECIAL SIZES to Order at SHORT NOTICE. 



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FINE GOLD, BERLIN GILT, AND 
FANCY WOODS, Etc. 

159 Westminster St., - Prov. 



MATS and PASSE-PARTOUTS 

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Assessors 114 

! Banks 146 and 289 

I Board of Education 107 

I Bridges 120 

Buildings, Offices, nc 97 

Business Directory of Prov.... 145 

Cemeteries 132 

Charitable Institutions. 103 and 121 

Chronicle of Events 31 

Churches 122 

City Government 113 

Clergymen 122 and 15>J 

i Colleges and Academies 150 

I Commissioners 107 

; Congress 100 

| Congressional Districts 104 

j Constables llo 

j County Officers 110 

I Courts, County end State '.. 110 

i Courts, Municipal 112 

j Courts, United States. ...99 and 112 

I Custom Houses 104 

Dexter Asylum 121 

j Directories 302 

! Directory of Out-of-town Advs. 221 

Eclipses o 

Expresses Ifi7 

Fire Department US 

Good Samaritans 1,11 

German Societies 132 

Grand Army of the Republic. 130 

Grand Temple of Honor 132 

Hack lures Ijj 

Halls 97 

1 Health Department US 

■ Horse Railroads 133 

: Betels 177 

I Improved Order of Red Men.. 132 

J Insurance Companies 17$ 

j Internal Revenue 104 



I PAGE 
Judiciary 112 

Justices of the Peace 134 

i Knights of Honor 13(1 

I Knights of Pythias 130 

Lawyers IS:: 

Legislature KKJ 

Libraries 117 and 156 

Masonic 127 

Military K>3 

Newspapers 103 

Odd Fellows 128 

: Overseer of the Poor 121 

j Physicians 20<> 

I Police, City 114 

j Population of Cities in U. S... 135 
I Population of Foreign Cities.. 222 

Population of U. S 222 

Post Office 104 

Fublic Baths 121 

Public Library 117 

Railroad Offices 205 

Royal Arcanum 131 

Savings Banks 2U7 

Schools 116 and US 

Societies 121 

Stages 133 

State Charities 10$ 

State Government 1#6 

Stute Institutions 10$ 

Steamers 133 

Street Directory 49 

Street Letter Boxes 196 

Surveyors, Inspectors, etc 120 

Teachers bus. dir. and 117 

Temperance Societies 131 

Theatres 145 

United States Government 99 

Ward Officers 115 

Ward Rooms 115 

Water Department liu 




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Adams Charles K 242 ! Diamond Ilili Granite Co. 

Adams E. H 202 Douglass G. C 

Altred3 H.J 282 Dunham A. B. agent 

Elisha J 2o5 i Earle & Frew. 

Alienson J. & J., .*.. 2."» Kaston James J 

Allen FireDept. Suppiv Co... -'.)/ I Easton Thomas A 

Ames B. K. Mrs 205 : Kaston & Taylor 

Arnold J. B 241 ! Eddy A. C. i Studleys ... 

Arnold, Sutlivfl n, & Keniey... 2Sl j Emerson II. S. 



, 246 



Arnold & McGowan 270 

Atlantic F. & M. Ins. Co.. buck col 

Atwater J. II 298 

Atwood, Crawfoid, & Co., Paw 310 

Bailey Benjamin D.. 27(1 

""auk of America... 



Emerson Walter II 'S/6 

Equitable Fire & Marine In- 
surance Co buck colored 

Excelsior Enamel Works 274 

Fales T. J 300 

Fait J. P. &Co 



! Barber E. B 264 | Farnum J. W 261 

J Barrett W. E. & Co... front colored ; Fenner Frank 27* 

I E^ane E. J... back of book and 271 , FennerW. H.&Co. inside front cov 

| Benson John B 271 Fetting E. A 299 

' Blanding William B..fror.t colored I First National Hank 289 

; Bhmdell Henry s Co 260 • Fletcher Manufacturing Co... 147 

! Boyce James , 'M> ; I-\>h\y &. Fallon . 1*nj 

Boynton George E _7 f > I Forbes Lithograph Manufact- 

Brooks S. & Co 265 | uring Co., Boston upp. 112 

Brown Bros. & Co. ..ins. front cov I Franklin Dyo House 250 

; Brown John 216 j Franklin M. F. Ins. Co., back col'd 

| Bruce L. II all j Freeman E. L. & Co 223 

Burgess A. & Son 240 ! French, Maekeuzie & Co.. op. p. 4'.' 

Burlingame W. C. Sc Co 204 j Fuller, Upham 3c Co opp. p. 4.> 



Gardiner J. T 

GarsideJuhn 232 

Gowdey J. A. & Sou 846 

Greene W. E : 273 

Greene & Daniels Mfg. Co. Faw..°. ! "> 
GriswoldH. D V. 258 



Burrows Daniel .Oil 

Butters X. S. & Co 300 

Cady George W 243 

Cairns Henry last white page 

(-alder A. L 2^4 

Cakler Charles G 269 . « 

Callaghan James 2.U I Hall Clifton A. 

Carpenter Earl & Sons 2S2 j Hamilton T.J 

Carpenter Edson 279 j Hauney & Miller 301 

Chace George A 273 ■ 11 anion Henry 2*4 

Charnley James A 251 \ Harris W. A front cold 

C;ty Insurance Co... ins. back cov i Hayden D. W 284 

Outline. J. & Co 216 j HemenwayC. H.jr 299 

C ark John 1 214 ! Henrys K. L 289 

Clarke Charles F 272 Heyworth J. A. Mrs „272 

Oarke Louis W 2W j Iliggins M. J 274 

Cohn Nathan 272 1 lliii Caspar 2«2 

Collms Thomas F 295 Hill Olin opp. p. 49 

Confl Register Pub. Co.. opp. p. 40 HoeehiinCarl C !H0 

Congdon, Carpenter, .v Co. front eol ! Hogg W. S trunt eol d 

Cooper William S. & Co 202 | Iloouer O. W 290 

Corliss Steam Engine Co.front eol j Hope & Co 274 

Covington & [lowland 302 Hopkins & Sears opp. p. H"> 

Cranston Henry C 2<>2 j Hoxie A. A 

Crawford James :... •_->.; ' HuddlestonJ. S. F., Bosto 

Davidson Wm l».,.; , jiiison Williai 

Dempster A 254 I Johosou E. A. a. Co.... 285 and 2.-6 



INDEX TO ADVEl'.TIHEMKNTB. 



PAGB 

Johnson Hamlin front col'd 

Kellogg, Printer 2C5 

KnowlesH. B 245 

Kranz L {§2 

Lawton R. B 203 

Lewis George W 276 

Lewis John D 209 

Luke lioraee 276 

Maguire J. T. & Co 208 

Manufacturers' National Bank 269 

Martin A. T. Mrs 272 

Mason Norman N 200 

Mason VolneyW. fcCo.opp. p. 144 

Mason William trout colored 

McCabc B. 11 250 

McKenzie A. W 264 

McKerness & Gould 269 

McNaughton Walter... opp. p. 46 

Mechanics' Savings Bank 293 

Merchants Ins.C'o.inside back cov. 

Miller Joseph A l'41 

Miller W. II. & Co 258 

Mitchell Henry, Boston 368 

Monk Loring M., Pawfuckec. :>10 

Moore J. W. 262 

Morey John 273 

I Morlock & Bayer 254 

I Moroney Patrick 2S3 

Morris S.J L*H 

Mo wry Win. G. R. & Go 242 

Murray Robert M 242 

! Narragansett Card Co 248 

| National Exchange Bank 266 

Northern Bank 290 

N. Y. Steam Carpet Beating Co. 2'.« 

O'Connor Timothy 283 

i Ogden Henry 311 

! Ostby & Barton 250 

! Paine J. B. &M 258 

| Parsons Henry L 282 

i Pearce E. A. & Co 208 

| Pease L. F 276 

Peoples' Savings Bank 293 

i Perry Oil Co.. 2(51 

Persons B. W 268 

Phillips Thomas & Co.. front col'd 

Pope Charles F 240 

Potter James A. & Co 242 

| Providence Can Co 2oS 

Providence Conservatory of 

Music 301 

Providence Herald 305 

Providence Journal. 303 

Providence National Bank 290 

Providence, Norfolk, an d Bai- 
timore Steamship Line. . . . 288 

Providence Press Co 'j)i 

Providence Artifieini Stone and 

Drain Pipe Co 244 

Prov. Wash. Ins. Co.... back col'd 

RaflcrfyJ.W 258 

Hand. Ave-y. ft Co., Boston, 

opposite page 240 

Reynolds K. * Co «ig 

Revnolds William K... 283 

R.I. Coim retc Co 261 

K I. Cement Drain Fine Co... 301 
11 1. Democrat 307 



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, R. I. Hospital Trust Co Xtt 

K. I. Nickel Fluting Works... 24-S 

R. I. Fa. nt and Roofing Co.... 2W 

■ K. 1. Safe Deposit Co... .back cofrl 

ill. 1. Spring Roller Co 8MJ 

; Rice, Kendal), & Co., Boston.. ;xj'j 
Bice, Starkweather, & Co., 

first buck colored 

'■ Richards LP 311 

, Richardson Richard 218 

I Richmond & Carpenter 263 

Rounds T. W. & Co 9G9 

i Russell \Vm..jr 53M 

, Sampson, Davenport,& Co., 224,9*2 

i Sawyer A opposite page 4* 

I Schmitt Louis UK) 

Shackrbrd A 374 

Sl^fford Frank C 163 

Shedd& Sawyer WH 

Sheidon F. J. 805 

Sheldon F. F 268 

Sibley & Lee, Pawtucket --■'> 

Sisson Gilbert 250 

Skuce R.iF.J 452 

Smith Ferdinand 256 

Smith Robert E. & Co 263 

Smith William T 257 

Spvncer Henry C.last white page 

Stafford & Co 271 

Star Eylet Co LMH 

Sunday Morning Transcript., o^'o 

Sweeney M 29-1 

Sweeney William opp. puu< iti 

SweetJ.H.& J. B L'O. 

Sweet & Arnold u-.O 

Tally & Siattery, 290 

Taylor Charles F 249 

Taylor George H. & Co 253 

Third National Bank 2. '2 

ThuiberN. D. agent 274 

Tinson E front col oil- d 

Trumpler P. & Co 300 

ToyeSe Holmes 2'.t7 

Turkey Bed Dyeing Co -_'" 

Union Mut. Fire Ins. Co. back col. 

Union Stone Co., Boston 3Uti 

Union Wadding Co., Faw 308 

Vose S. M front colored 

Walker M. £ 251 

Wallace G. A. & Co 200 

Warren James, jr ^44 

Weaver George E 200 

Weeden Clinton R 292 

Weekly Visitor 300 

Weybossct National Bank 292 

: What Cheer Can Co 255 

j Wheeler & Wilson Manf. Co.. 302 

I Wheeler C. J back colored 

I White A. A 259 

i White G. B 278 

White Stilhnan 261 

Whiteftouse James G 253 

Wilbour, Jackson, & Co 293 

Wiikctif Ilenrv 303 

Willets Munut'g Co 252 

WinsorE.&Co 259 

Winsor Line Steamers 2S7 

Young & Lyon _uu 



Calcn&r Images 

In th»s book are for thn latitude of Boston. New England, Stutc of 
New York, Detroit, Chicago, Iowa, or Southern Oregon. 
K«»lil»*i'« for 1WSO: 

There will be six Eclipses, fimr of the Sun and two of the Moon : 

L— A Totul Eclipse oi the Sun January lltii. Invisible cast of a line 
drawn through St. Joseph. M<>., and llaton Kouge, La. West of tliat 
line on to California, the Eclipse will be seen generally as a partial 
One, preceding sunset: being central, and total along a line distant 
twenty miles south of and parallel to a line drawn through Monterey, 
Cal.. Mariposa, and Suit Lake City. Beginning at Denver, Coi., at 4n. 
1 m. P.M. and at Portland, Oregon, at 2 h. '_'*.» nr. P.M., the sun setting 
eclipsed. Visible to the western quarter of North America and to the 
Tacitic Ocean. 

II. — A Total Eclipse of the Moon, June 22d. Invisible at Boston. 
Visible to Asia, Australia, the Pacific Ocean, and partly to the western 
edge of North America. To places in California the Moon will set in 
the morning partly immersed in the advancing shadow. 

III. — An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, July 7th. Invisible to the 
United States. Visible to the Southern half of South America, to Cape 
of Good Hope, and to South Atlantic Ocean. 

IV.— A Partial Eclipse otthcSun, Dec. 1st. Visible to Southern Ocean. 

V.— A Total Eclipse of the Moon, December Pith. Visible more 
or less to the world generally, except to South America, the West 
India Islands, and eastern portion of North America. To the enst- 
eni seaboard it will be wholly invisible. To the adjoining region 
as far west as the Mississippi Kiver, the Moon will set in the morning 
tinged with the advancing penumbrai shade. To the region still fur- 
ther west the Moon will set more or less in shadow. 

VI.— A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, December Cist. Visible to eastern 
portion of North America as far west as Illinois and Mississippi, to 
Europe, and to North Atlantic Ocean. To all places in the United 
States where visible, the sun will rise partly eclipsed; the eclipse end- 
ing in the morning at the times given as follows: 

Portland, Oh. 17m. A.M. Boston, l»h. S»m. A.M. New York, Sh. 
50m. A.M. Columbus. 7h. 59m. Philadelphia, Mi. 41m. A.M. 

An occultatiou of Mars will occur March 17th. Visible to the eastern 
portion of North America; happening shortly after sunset, and lasting 
generally about an hour and a quarter. 

Chronological Cycles for 1S!*0: 
Golden Number 19 I Dominical Letters D C 

f-pact ]« Roman Indiction 8 

Solar Cycle 13 | Julian Period &VJ3 

Mercury will be Evening Star about March 10, Julv 5, and Nov. 3 ; 
and Morning Star about April 'Jo, Aug. 21, and Dec. 13. 

VJENUS will be Morning Star till July 13; then Evening Star the 
rest of the year. 

Mars wfll be Evening Star till Oct. 25; then Morning Star the rest 
ot tne \ ear. 

Jr piter will be Evening Star till March 15; then Morning Star till 
Oct. 7; and Evening Star again the rest of the year. 

SATURN will be Evening Star till April 7; 'then Morning Star till 
Oct. 18; and Evening Star again the rest of the year. 

Fixed and Movable Vestivala: 

Epiphany j an . n i Low Sunday Apr. 4 

Septuagesima Sunday Jam 2ft i Rogation Sunday May 2 

Unnquagesima (shrove) Ascension Day (Holy 

.**"» d *y Feb. 8! Thursday! .........:.... Mav n 

Asn w ednesday Eeb. 11 Pentecost (Whit Sunday). MaV 16 

first Sunday in Lent Feb. lft i Trinity Sundny *. . . Mo V 21 

s: Patrick Mar. 17 j Corpus Christ! May :•: 

Palm Sunday Mar. 21 | St. John Baptist lone :4 

v.-vod iriday Mar. 2t> \ First Sunday in Advent... Nov. 2H 

1 l5t «* Monday Mar. 28 | Christmas Dec. 25 




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© New Moon, 11th day, 5h. 56m., even., TV. 
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¥^r:0 E3RiUARY • ' 1 

FEBKUARY, 1 8 8 O . 



MOON'S PHASES. 
d Last Quarter, 3d day, lOh. 55m., morn., TV. 
New Moon, 10th day, f.h. 33m., morn., E. 
D First Quarter, 17th day, llh. lm., even., TV. 
O Full Moon, 25th day, 8h. 38m., even., E. 



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56 25 W. 

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MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY. 



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MARCH, 1H80. 



MOONS PHASES. 
C Last Quarter, 3d day, Oh. 23ra., even., E. 
New Moon, lOlh day, 8h. 3m., even., W. 
}) First Quarter, 18th day, 7h. 52m., even., W. 
O Full Moon, 26th day, 8h. 30m., morn., W. 






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APRIL, 1880. 






MOON'S PHASES. 
(I Last Quarter, 2d day, lh. 29m., morn., E. 
© New Moon, 9tli day, lOh. 23m., morn., E. 
D First Quarter, 17th day, 2h. 30m., even., E. 
O Full Moon, 24th day, Ch. Cm., even., E. 





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MOON'S PHASES. 


d Last Quarter, 1st day, 9h. 9m., morn., W. 


© New Moon, 9th. day, lh. 32m., morn., E. 


D First Quarter, 17th day, 5h. 39m., morn., W. 


O Full Moon, 24th day, lh. 55m., morn., W. 


(i Last Quarter, 30th day, Ch. 9m., even., E. 


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MEMORANDA FOB. MAY. 


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MOON'S PHASES. 
© New Moon, 7th day, 5h. 11m., even., W. 
D First Quarter, 15th day, 5h. 7m., even., E. 
O Full Moon, 22d day, 9h. 2m., morn., \V. 
<I Last Quarter, 20th day, 5h. 13m., morn., E. 



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MOON'S PHASES. 


O New Moon, 7th day, 8h. 37m., morn., E. 


D First Quarter, 15th day, lh. 32m., morn., W. 


O Full Moon, 21st day, 4h. 18m., even., E. 


<t Last Quarter, 28th day, 6h. 57m., even., E. 




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MOON'S PHASES. 
O New Moon, 5th day, llh. 4m., even., W. 
D First Quarter, 13th day, 7h. 58m., morn., E. 
O Full Moon, 20th day, Oh. 34m., morn., W. 
C Last Quarter, 27th day, llh. 31m., morn., W. 



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MOON'S PHASES. 


© New Moon, 4th day, Oh. 8m., even., W. 


D First Quarter, 11th day, lb. 41m., even., E. 


O Full Moon, 18th day, lOh. 45m., morn., W, 


C Last Quarter, 20th day, 6h. 24m., morn., "W. 


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MOON'S PHASES. 



© New Moon, 3d day, llh. 59m., even., W. 
D First Quarter, 10th day, 7h. 51m., even., W. 
O Full Moon, 17th day, llh. 42m., even., E. 
d Last Quarter, 26th day, 2h. 16m., mora., E. 



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MOON'S PHASES. 


© New Moon, 2d day. Ilk. lira., morn., E. 


t> First Quarter, 9tk day, 3k. 36m., morn., W. 


O Full Moon, 16th day, 3k. 55m., even., E. 


C Last Quarter, 24th day, 9k. 21ra., even., E. 


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1878. 
November. 

5. Samuel Phelps, tragedian,died ! 
in London, acred 72 years. 

6. On the night ot this date, the \ 
b^dv of the late A. T. Stewart was j 
stolen from the family vault in St. I 
Monk's churchyard, New York. | 

7. The Olnevville (Providence) 
Free Baptist Church observed the | 
genii-centennial anniversary of its 
organization this evening 1 . The j 
church debt of $1500 was raised, j 

8. The viclatera ot the II. S. rcg- j 
istration law were prosecuted be- 
fore the U. S. Commissioners, in j 
Boston, Gen. Butler appearing fur 
the defendants. 

9. Eight hotels, and a large num- 
ber of summer cottages, at Cape 
May, N. J., destroyed by fire; loss 
$450,000. 

i). Boston Dyewood & Chemical 
Co.'s works in East Boston burned ; 

loss £<)0,000. 

12. Davis J. King, hatter, -nom- 
inated for mavor of Boston on the 
workingmen's ticket. 

13. The 24th triennial festival of 
the Mass. Charitable Mechanic As- 
sociation observed this evening, in 
Boston. 

14. The new City ITall in Provi- 
dence, R. I., just completed, at a 
cost of 11,809,(100, was dedicated 
to-day. Hon. Abraham Payne de- 
livered an oration. 

14. The Continental Clothing 
House, Boston, illuminated bv 
means of the electric light, the first 
mercantile establishment in the 
country to introduce this exper- 
iment. 

14. Cant. John S. Sleeper, for- 
merly editor of the Boston Jour- 
' a - and For three years mayor of 
Roxbury, died, aged M years. 
; K. A locomotive boiler explosion 
•<> Mahanoy City, Pa., killed five 
perwoaa. 

IT. An attempt was made to as- 
sassinate King Humbert of Italy, 
* u.e riding iliruu»h the .streets of j 
Aap.cs. lie was >lightiv wounded | 
in the arm, Before the" would-be I 
a**a*sin could be secured. 

J*. Four K. Y. counterfeiters,! 

w r»<» have bee n parsing bocrus silver | 

•"- •". Providence, were arretted ! 

k " Uiat city. i 



PS. A disastrous flood at Nor- 
wich, England, submerged tour or 
five miles of Streets, and upwards 
of three thousand houses were 
made uninhabitable. 

'jo. The Ameer ot Afghan spurns 
the British ultimatum, and the 
English troops have been ordered 
to advance. 

21. Thirteen persons killed at a 
eoul mine explosion in Sullivan, 
Indiana. 

21. The United States paid to 
the British Government $.VJH',i no 
in gold, the amount of the fisheries 
award. 

21. Hon. George O. Bra«tow, for- 
merlv mavor ot Somerville, died, 
aged U8 vcars. 

22. Richard A. Bullock com- 
mitted suicide in Woonsocki t, K.I. 

23. The president and seven di- 
rectors ot the defunct State Bank 
of New Brunswick, N. J., were 
arrested to-day, charged with de- 
frauding the depositors. 

2:;. The Marquis of Lornc, the 
new governor-general of Canada, 
and his lady, the Princess Louise, 
arrived at Halifax. N. S. 

25. " II. M. 6. Pinafore," a two- 
act operetta, by W. S. Gilbert and 
Arthur Sullivan, was performed 
this evening, for the rir>t time i:i 
this country, at the Boston Mu-ei:m 

2.1. The steamship Pommcninia, 
from New York tor Hamburg, col- 
lided with a Welsh barque in the 
English Channel, off Folkestone, 
and over fifty lives were lost. 

20. Mayor Doyle, of Providence, 
re-elected, by a majority of 1,002 
votes. 

2& Thanksgiving Day. 

2S. The corner-stone of the new 
Catholic Cathedral, in Providence, 
was laid with iniposingeerenionies. 
The archbishop ot Boston, four 
bishops and fifty clergymen par- 
ticipated in the exercises. 

2S. Robert Heller, the magician, 
died in Philad- Iphia. 

20. Commodore William Spieer, 
eommamlant or the Charlestown 
Navy Yard, died, aged 57 years. 

2H. I.oui.N A. Godey, founder and 
publisher of Godey's Lady's Book, 
died, aged 75 years. 

'.".'. Wyoming Thread Mills, at 
Pall River, Mass.. partially de- 
stroyed by lire; loss $75,0UO. 



30. Hon. Lyman Tromain, of 

Albany, N. ST., died, aged GO years. 

December. 



32 OIIKONICLE OF EVENTS. 

3i). Gladstone, in a speech at I 10. Hon. Frederick O. Prince 
Greenwich, Engutud, declared the ] (dem.) elected mayor of Boi n, 

war upon Afghanistan an unjust I The total vote htands — Prince, 
19,589; Codman, \SJD\0; Kinjr, »•'>-; 

scattering, 1*1; total rote, 
Prince's plurality, 1,579. 

10. The rain storm to-day did 
serious damage in many parts vi 
2. President Hayes's message I New England, railroads and high- 
receivedand read in Congress, lie ' ways were washed out, bridges und 
refers to the teariul spread of the j houses destroyed, and much dam- 
pestilence at the South, and sug- I age done by the wind. An under- 
[gests "National sanitary admin- | mined culvert on the Central Ver- 
: istration, which shall "not only j niont Hail road wrecked a train 
[control quarantine, but have the | near Bartonsville, Vt., and two 
i sanitary supervision of internal I men were killed. At Westfleld, 
j commerce in times of epidemic." {Muss., mills and other buiidiugs 
I Referring to the financial condition | were demolished. 
of the country, he concludes by I 12. The fair in aid of the rf. E. 
| saying: " Let the healing influence { Hospital for women and children, 
1 of time, the inherent energies of at Horticultural Hall, in Boston, 
i our people, and the boundless re- I which closed to-day, netted $13*- 
j sources of our country, have a fair j 000. 

opportunity, and relief from pres- 12. Dr. S. Augustus Arnold, of 
i ent difficulties will surely follow.'" | Providence, died, aged 81 years. 
j 2. George Henry Lewes, English I 13. Mr. Edmunds's electoral bill 
| author, and husband of Marian i pas-ed the U. S. Senate, by a vote 
; Evans (George Eliot), died, aged I of 35 to 23. 

CI years. 13. Mrs. Elizabeth Child, one of 

, 3. M. Tkindt, manager of the the oldest residents of Boston, died. 
; Banque de Belgique, which he de- j aired 07 vears. 

jfrauded of 2n,U00,OO0 francs, has j 1*. Grand Duchess of Hesse- 
■ been sentenced to fifteen years sol- j "Darmstadt (Princess Alice of Eng- 
; itary confinement. I land) died of diptheria, at Darm- 

1 3. The new building of the Bos- i stadt. 

| ton Medical Library Association,) Jo. Charles Callahan shot his 
! at No. 19 Boylston place, was ded- j brother-in-law, Patrick. Cain, se- 
icated tliis evening. The library j riously wounding Him, and then 
I now contains 10,000 volumes. I killed himself. Both parties lived 

i 4. Supervising Architect Hill I at 99 Poplar street, Boston, 
suspended from office, by order of i 17. Gold declines to par for the 
President Hayes. | first time since October, 1861. On 

\ 4. Mary Dunn, aged 105 years, ! July 11, 1804, the premium rose to 
j died in Providence. ' I §2.n5, the highest recorded sale? 

5, Jeremiah Heath, a respected j during these seventeen years, 
citizen of Providence, died sud- ' 
denly, aged 54 years, 



5. Emperor William returned I 
to Berlin, and resumes the reins of 
Government, which have been in i 
the hands of the Crown Prince j 
since the attempted assassination 
of tiie emperor, June 2, 1S78. 

Early convening of the Brit- I 



. . 'Mr. Blaine's resolution, call- 
ingforan investigation of alleged 
election frauds and outrages, m ith 
tlie Senate amendments, adopted 
in the Senate. 

17. The Hebrew Fair formally 
opened in the Mechanics' building, 
in Boston, tit is evening. 

18. The appointment of Judge 
sh Parliament, on account of the John Lowell, of Massachusetts, a- 

declaration of war against Afghan- i U. S. Circuit Judge of the First 
i.->tan. The Queen's speech was un- ; Judical Circuit, confirmed by the 
usually brief, and mainly referred senate. 
to the Afghan War. ' 19. The resignation of the Rev. 

8. Six hundred persons dving Dr. J. H. Means, as pastor of the 
daily of small pox at Portaleza, : Second Churcl 
-Northern Brazil. 

W. Wade Hampton elected U. 
S. Senator from South Carolina. 

1U. The late Joseph B. Eaton 
*;ft :-'."0 to the Boston V. M. C. 
I Dion, provided the remainder of 
; • ■ debt of that association shall 
■ >• paid within <ix months. 



iter, ac- 
cepted hv the Ecclesiastical Coun- 
cil, to whom it had been referred. 

]'.». Bayard Tavlor, minister to 
Germany, died suddenly at Berlin, 
in his fifty-fourth year 

21. The Duke of Cumberland 
married the Princess Thyra of 
Denmark, at Copenhagen. 



CHRONICLE OF EVENTS. 



2.1. The statue of Charles Sum- 
ncr, standing in the Boston Public 
(iarden, unveiled to-day. 

•jx Forefathers' liny observed 
tjv tiic X". E. Sotietr. ut Fifth Ave- 
nue Hotel, Sew Vork, Sci retarien 
Evarta and Sherman, Sen. Blaine, 
tier. Sherman, Gov. Van Zundt, 
mid others made speeches. 

21. Ezra Wilson, a confectioner, 
at So Sudbury street, Boston, killed 
his wife and himself in his store, 
on the night of this date. 

25. Unprecedented enow rtorm 
in Western Now York, blockading 
railroad lines, etc. 

l.". 1 Ex-Gov. Onslow Steams 
• lied tins evening at Concord, N. 
H.. in his sixty-eighth vear. ' 

-\K The Pen'tecost-Mebbins evan- 
gelistic work commenced in Provi- 
&nee,at the Union Congregational 
Church. 

-J. Fire destroyed the factory of 
the W. P. Emerson IMa.no Co., in 
Boston : loss estimated $.80,000. 

-0. The Bryant commemoration 
was held in the Academy of Music, 
Ne.v York, t'nis evening. George 
William Curtis delivered an ora- 
tion on the life, character, and 
writings of Wm. Cullcn Bryant. 
President Hayes, Secretary Evarts, 
and many other prominent men 
were on the platform. 

«J aim; try. 

^ 1. The one hundredth session of 
the General Court of .Massachusetts 
organized to-day. President Cogs- 
well was re-elected in tiie Senate. 

md Levi C. Wade chosen Speaker 



a forged ili< d f r al estate, con- 
cluded to-day, i u |ury rvturnhis 
a verdjK >? :u t,« rainsf .-■ J\ 
defendants. 

li. Tin- new citv govrrnineut of 
Providence organized, and Mayor 
Uoviv delivered an inaugural nd- 



in the House. 

1 Hon. Caleb Gushing died at 
Xewhuryport, in his seventy-ninth 
year. 

-. Boston experienced a very 
severe snow storm, followed by ah 
exceedingly cold wave. 

2. Gov. Talbot was inaugurated 
to-day, and delivered a message to 
the Legislature, urging retrench- 
ment and reform in the manage- 
ment of Mas>. state affairs. 

o. The Public library, at Iling- 
ham. destroyed by lire. 

3. William Whitakcr. of Provi- 
■icaco, died suddenlv, aged o\; yrs. 

* Gen. Grant receives a liearty 
Welcome at Dublin, Ireland. 

v >- The Legislature of .Maine 
choose Alonao Garcelon (dem.) 
Governor of the State. 

. L Moncasi, the would-be assas- 
sin of King Alphonse of Spain, 
executed at Madrid to-dav. 

L The trial of James B.Erskine 
»ud Charles W. Lynch, for uttering 



uru«». 
: II. At a trial al skill with the 
| ritie in Xc-a Vork, Capt. Bogardu* 
'< broke ',.'><> ball* witmmt liii.vdm,' 
i one, and 0,000 out of d.ui:;. 
: 10. Li.nt.-Cdonei A.Hun Berry. 
j of Lynn, appointed Adjt-Ucnernl 

I of .M"av.:ic|iiisetts. 
! 10. The L. S. Senate confirmed 
the nomination of Thomas L. Nel- 
son, as l'. S. .Judge for ti.e District 
j of MassurhiiM-tis. 
! It). The Bayard Taylor memorial 
j meeting was* held tins evening at 

j TrciiioutTi niplc, Boston. A i in 

hv Longfellow was read, and O. \V. 
Ilolmes. A. B. Alcott, and others 
made addresses. 

10. Jacob Bigelow. M.D., died 
at his residence in Boston, aged 
91 years. 

11. Kimball & Colwcll's pork- 
packing establishment, at Provi- 
dence, partially destroyed bv tire; 

loss t v^o. 

12. Commodore John Guest. IT. 
S. N., died at Portsmouth Navy 
Yard, aged .>S years. 

14. The Januarv session of the 
! Rhode Island general assembly 
! opened in Providence. 
| 14. A #J,000,OHU fire occurred on 
: Crosby street, New Vork ; one fire- 
: man was killed and many injured. 
; 14. McDonnell and >.iarpe, .M.illv 
i Maguircs, were hung at Mauch 
j Chunk, Pa., the reprit \e from (b>\ . 
! lhutranft being received by the 
; sheriff thiny seconds after the 

drop fell. 
. 14. The British troops advance 
' into the territory of Ccfvwayo, the 
. Zulu king. 

| Hi. The Rhode Island Institute 
of Instruction commenced its3ith 
annual session in Providence. Mi-s 
*elina Borg,uf Finland, spoke upon 
the subject of history, 

16. .Mrs. Kate Cobb convicted 
of murder in the second degree, at 
Norwich, Conn. 

Id. Heaviest snow storm of the 
season in Boston. 

16. William Burbank, sentenced 
to state prison thirteen months ago 
for attempting to poison .i family 
in Pawtucket, li. I., and who ,s 
now sick beyond rewiverv, is par- 
doned by Gov. Van Zai tit. 

30. .Cyrus Harris confirmed by 
U. S. Senate collector of customs 
at Providence. 



34 



CIIItONICI.K OF EVENTS. 



21. The following U. S. Senators 
were elected to-day: Orvillc II. 
Piatt (rop.j, Connecticut; \\ ilkin- 

j son Call (dem.), Florida; John A. 
Logon (rep.), Illinois; !>. W.Voor- 

i hci 9 (dem.), Indiana ; Gen. James 
Shields (di morrat, sJiort term) and 
George G. Vest (dem., Ions term), 
Missouri; Zebu Ion B. Vance (dem), 
North Carolina; Koseoe Colliding 
(rep.), New York ; .1. Donald Cam- 
eron (rep.}, Pennsylvania. 

21. lion George S. Milliard died 
at Longwood, aged 70 years. 

22. The grandson and last de- 
scendant of Daniel A\ ebster, Ash- 
burton Webster, died in New York, 
aged o" years. 

22. Tin: twenty-first anniversary 
of rhe llrowijsou Lycen in, Provi- 
dence, wjis celebrated this evening. 
Governor Van Zandt, Bishop Heu- 
dricken, and others made speeches. 

22. The '-Carnival ot .Authors," 
for the benefit of the Old South 
Fund, opened at Music Hall, Bos- 
ton, this evening, with great bril- 
liancy and novelty. 

2.'). The steamer Homer, which 
left Bostou on the sixteenth ult. for 
Liverpool, has not been heard 
from. 

23. The old high school building 
on Benefit street, frovidence, which 
has been remodelled and refur- 
nished forthc State Normal School. 
was dedicated to this purpose to- 
day. 

> 24. The one hundred and twen- 
tieth anniversary of the birth of 
Itobert Burns was celebrated at 
Paine Memorial Hall. Boston. 

24. In a suit anainsc the New 
York Times for alleged libel, Mr. 
E. S. Keitt, of South Carolina, re- 
covers six cents damages. The ad 
damnum was placed at $50,000. 

| -5. The bill passed by Congress, 
j providing for t:;e payment of ar- 
! rears of pensions, was signed bv 
i the President. 

i 27. Dr. lb nry 11. Linderman, 

many years director of the Phi'.a- 

; delphia mint, died, aged 53 years. 

25. a hi II to pay Warren Mitchell 
: $123,090 for cotton seized atSavan- 
! nah, Gn., during the war, was de- 
feated in the Senate, by a vote of 

• 30 to 17. 

I 23. The Legislature of Massa- 
| chusetts has voted the annual pay- 
ment of its members to be five 
, hundred dollar? each. 
! 29. Senator Christ iancy nomi- 
1 nr.tcd and continued minister to 
, Peru. 

j 20. Annual convention of the 
1 Massachusetts department G. A. K. 
' opened in Boston this evening. 



I 20. The second trial of John B. 

, Calder, late cashier ot the Gro< en 
and Producer* Hank, Pro v id. nre, 
ended, as did the fir^t, with a disa- 

, greement ol tlie jury. 

'_'. The woolen mill in Granite- 

I ville.P.urriMviM.-, K. I , dcstrovoU 

• by tire; loss glUO.UOU. 

: 41. Marshal MaeMahon resigns 
: the Presidency of tlio Kremh Ko- 
: public, and M.dnivy is elected Ilia 
1 successor. 

I SI. The detectives' theory of the 
Dexter nnsterv ia publislicd to- 
, day. The public are assured that 
; there was no murder; that Cashier 
Barron hand-i ntted and gttgg* d 
; himself, crawled into r 
1 locked himself in behind the 
! double doors, and became a atu- 
( cide. Gi rouse there must be a 
! motive shown to conn lete this 
j elaborate ami unique design, so 
; ingeniously wrought by wh>e ami 
1 careful im-n. 

I ."i. The l.bcnezer Smith will case 
i ended before Judge McKim, who 
; dismissed the petition. The case 

• is to he taken up to the Supreme 
! Court. 

i SI. The lease of the Boston, 
; Clinton. Fitehburg, and New Bed- 
1 ford Ilailroad to the Old Colony 
, Railroad for nine hundred and 
1 ninety-nine years was signed to- 
! day. 

31. M. Gambetfa elected Presi- 
dent of the Chamber ot Deputies, 
at Versailles. 

February. 
2. Richard Henry Dana, senior. 

author and poet, died in Boston, 
! aged 01 3'ca-s. 

I _ 3. Mr. YViggin, the first detective 
1 employed in the Dexter Bank rob- 
! bery case, makes a statement that 
j Barron was murdered, and died a 
! hero. 

.!. The Providence Library has 
J been open one year to-duv. during 
; which time 00,073 books have been 
i issued. 
\ 3. Ten stores, a printing office, 

and the Episcopal Church in Leo. 

Mass., destroyed bv fire; loss 

: cii."»u,i(K>. 

! 5. Solomon H. Howe, of Bolton, 

i Mass , Pro i dent of the New Bed- 
ford and Taunton Ilailroad. died 

. at Young's Hotel, Bo-ton, aged '■>' 
years. 

; ' 5. The Warwick (It. [.) Ilailroad 

i was sold at auction to-dav, Mr. \. 

: .1. Dull, of New Jersey, being the 

; purchaser at £."51, 000. 

i 6. Colonel Pclton was before the 
Ciphei Investigating Committee, 

i and testified regarding nej otiatious 



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for the purchase of the South Car- 
olina returning board. Declaimed 
for his uncle, Samuel J. Tilden, 
complete ignorance of what was 
beiog done in this matter. 
7. Gen. N. I*. Banks nominated 

.by the President to be U.S. Mar- 
shal of Massachusetts. 

7. Manton Marble, ex-editor of 
the New York Worid, test i ft s be- 
fore the hotter sub-committee, in 
reference to cipher telegrams. 

: 7. The bid to allow lady lawyers 
to practice in the United Stated 
Courts, passed the Senate to-dav. 

I 8. &lr. Samuel J. Tilden testified 
before the Potter sub-committee in 
New York, and disclaimed all 
knowledge of the cipher despatches 

; 9. The Pnglish Government has 
prohibited the landing of live cat- 
tie, from the United States, at its 

j ports after the twenty-eighth inst. 
11. The Boston barque Haw- 
thorne. Capt. Mason, uas wrecked 

j near South Shoais; two men were 

\ drowned, and the vessel and cargo 
ore a total loss. 

13. Sixty-Three horses -were 
burned in a New York «table on 
the night of this date. Patterson, 
N. J., has a $2J0,ttQO tire, and Lon- 
don, Ontario, a Stron.nOu one. 

14. Dr. llepwurth's resignation, 
as pastor of the Church of the 
Disciples, in New York, accepted. 

14. Important debate on the 
Chinese humiliation question in 
the Senate. Senator [truce (col- 
ored), of Mississippi, was called 
to the chair, and presided over the 
Senate during a part of the after- 
noon session. 

15. Robert Carter, author, and 
at one time editor and manager of 
the Daily Commonwealth, t lie or-- 
2 an of the Free Soil parry, died in 
Cambridge, Mass., aged GO vears. 

It!. The Second Baptist Church, 
in East Providence, dedicated to- 
day. 

hi Dom Pedro-, of Brazil, has 
contributed a stone, weighing 
nearly eight tons, to the Wash- 
ington monument. 
I It). The birthday of Abraham 
Lincoln was commemorated at 
Union Hall, Boston, this evening. 

id. The definite treaty of peace 
with Turkey ratified by the C^ur oi 
Russia. 

17. The curled-hair tactorv, at 
Hyde Park, Mass., destroyed by 
nrej loss $18,000. 

P. The U.S. Senate confirmed 
the nomination of M. P. Kennard, 
as assistant treasurer at Boston, 
and ex-Gov Hartranft, as post- 
master of Philadelphia. 



17. New Town Hall in Milton, 
Mn-s., dedicated. 

Ift Mr. Ikiiry G. Cladding, of 
Providence, dictl suddenly, in the 
seventy-sixth yearol his age. 

u>. Kcv. Kcubcn Nelson, D.D., 
publisher and manager of the i 
Methodist Book Concern in New 
York, died, aged CO years. 

20 and 21. During the terrible | 
gales on these date*, great disasters ; 
have visited the Gloucester fisher- 
men, on George's Banks. Four- 
teen vessels have been wrecked, j 
and one hundred and fifty-five ', 

lives lost. 

L<). Xvry heavy snow fall, block- , 
ing up the streets in Boston, and ! 
interfering with horse and steam 
cars. Storm very severe in most j 
parts of New England. 

2!. The barn on the John Adams ! 
estate, at East Providence, with its i 
c intents, destroyed by tire; loss 
$0,000. 

22. Washington's Birthday gen- 
erally observed throughout the 
country as a holiday. At Ncw- 
buryport, a statue of George Wash- 
ington, the u r ift of Daniel Tenney, 
was formally presented to the 
city. 

22. William Boss, a well-known : 
citizen of Providence, died, aped 07 
years. 

2:J. Albert Theodore Emilc Von 
Room, Prussian general and states- 
man, died, in his seventy-sixth 
year. 

24. Charles Han-is, re-elected 
superintendent of streets, and 
William Doogue, city forester, in 
Boston. 

24. Solomon Cohen and John J. 
Conway, ''private detectives," have 
been arrested tor conspiracy, to 
wreck a train on the Boston and 
Providence Kail road. 

24. The trial of M. Frank Paige, 
charged with conspiring to defraud 
his creditors, commenced in the '. 
Superior Court, at Boston. 

25. The soft money Congress- 
men issue an address to the people 
of the United States, calling t 
united action, and a separation | 
from the old parties. 

2G. The schooner David If. Tulck 
wrecked off Barnegat, on the New i 
Jersey coast, and six persons per- 
i*hecf. 

27. On the seventy-second anni- 
versary of the birth of Longfellow, j 
the children of Cambridge pre- ' 
sented him with a beautifully 
carved chair, made from the wood ! 
of the old chestnut tree, celebrated 
in the " Village Blacksmith." , 
Around the seat, in raised German ■ 



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text, are the fallowing lines from man, woman, and child in the 
the poem:— , Notth believes to have been u 

And childttHcominghome from school double-dyed traitor" 

Look in at the open door; .;. Win. llowitt, English author, 

And catch the burning opnrks that fin died at Koine, in his eighty-fourth 

Like chaff from •>. tiu- thing fl-»>i-. year. 

27. The doiul body of a young 4. The forty-fifth Congress ad- 
> woman (afterwards identified us jourued nine die u: noon t<»-day. 
Jennie P. Clark, of Boston), en- President Uuyes has called an cx- 
ciosed in a trunk, was found this tro session, convening tlie forty- 
moming in Saugus river, mar sixth Congress, on the cight«-emh 
West Lynn. An examination instant, the reason therefor being 
showed the deceased to have been j the non-appropriation, by tin* 
the victim of malpractice, and that forty-fifth Congress, of necessary 
the face had been mutilated, with i lands tor the expenses of tin- Uov- 
the evident design of preventing : eminent, 
identification. | 4. The town treasurer of Candia, 

27. .Mrs. Patience Alhro died in j N. II., Mr. JO. R. [ngalls, .states that 
Foster, R. I., aged 102 years. I he was sci/ed, gau-cd. hand.-nii-l. 

28. The manufacturing property and hound to a ladder in his barn 
of the Atlantic Delaine Company, early this evening by a wing of 
in Providence, v a^ gold by auction . burglars, who robbed him of $3700, 
to-dav for £.*JUO,2Q0. Providence ; belonging Lo tln-.tow 



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parties were the purchasers. The 
property cost over $2,000,000. 

March. 



Rev. O. P. Gilford installed 
pastor of the Warren Avenue Bap- 
tist Church, Boston. 

Liihu Purritt, "the learned 



1. The majority (dem.) report bf J blacksmith," died at his hoi 
the Potter investigating committee j New JJrhaiix, Conn., in his sixty- 
claims to show fraud, on the part i ninth veer. 

of the republicans, in the Florida ; o. Charles P. Stiekney, defaulter 
and Louisiana elections, and gives j hi Fail River, sentenced to five 
a majority of votes forTUden. The ' years in the State Prison, 
charges of* intimidation, it says, o*. Major-General Reno exonejr- 
are ail manufactured, etc., etc " i ated from charges of cowardice, in 
President Hayes's veto of the i the battle of Little Pig Horn, by 



anti-Chinese bill was received and 
read in the House, and the Execu- 
tive was sustained. 

2. The town of Reno, in Nevada, 
nearly destroyed bv tire, with a loss 
of above £l,uoo,0u0. Five persons 
perished. 

3. The minoritv frep.1 report of 
the Potter investigating connnittee 
dissents from many ot the views 
expressed by the majoritv, and the 
conclusions there arrived at. Thev 
claim that the investigation was : 
neither full nor systematic, the 
lateness of the commencement of 
the inquiry precluding thorough- 
ness. The cipher despatches thev 
show to be witnesses of democratic 
corruption, and renew the charges 
of violence and intimidation, on 
the part of the democrats, in the 
Louisiana and Florida ejections. 

:•:. >< uator Zach Chandler made 
a notable speech in the senate on 
the auuiidinent to exclude Jeffer- 
son J):ivis from the ben. 'tits ot the 
arrears ui' pension bills. He re- 
hearsed the history of Jefferson 
Davi- >i;ne he entered the Senate. 
twenty years ago, recounted his 
treasonable a. ts, and repelled the 
bravado, which dared to " utter 
eulogUs upon him, whom every 



a court of inquiry. 

0. The new "Vaughan Building" 
in Providence, erected on the site 
of the old one which was destroyed 
in the fire of September, lb77, is 
completed. 

( J. Rev. John Weiss died in Bos- 
ton, aged GO years. 

JO. The twenty-fifth anniversary 
of the first company organized for 
the laying of a telegraphic cable 
across the Atlantic Ocean -was 
commemorated at the house ot 
Cyrus W. Field, in New York. 
Four of the five original projectors 
were there, namely, Peter Cooper, 
.Marshall O. Roberts, Cyrus W. 
Field, and .Moses G. Taylor. 

10. On the Thames River, Eng- 
land, William Ross, of St. John, 
N. B., won tiie four-mile single- 
scull race. 

12. The town of Szcgcdin, Hun- 
gary, submerged, and a large por- 
tion of the town destroyed. Up- 
wards of three thousand lives lost, 
and sixty thousand people made 
homeless. One hundred square 
miles, in the neighborhood ot 
Szegedin, flooded. 

l.i. Onthetwentv-ninthof April, 
1877, Judge Chish'olm, his daugh- 
ter, Cornelia, and son, Johnny, 



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were murdered by a in<>i> In l)e 
K;ilb, Mi.-s., an<l to-day tltcir bod- 
ied were laid aw Ay in one grave, ut 
Luck Haven, L'u. 

15, 1 lie marriage of the Duke of | 
Connaught to the Princess Louise 
Margaret, ot Prussia, Bolemuizcd 
at Windsor Castle. 

14. llcrr Audersscu, the cele- j 
breted chess player, and professor 
of mathematics at thv University of. 
Brca.lau.dicd, in his sixty-first year. 

14. Wm. 11. Devlin was hanged 
at Fast Cambridge, John Q Pink- 
liam at Concord, N. II., and Henry ! 
0. Gravel in at Windsor, Vt. The 
tatter, to the last, protested his in- I 
nocence. 

13. The six days' international 
walking match at Gilmure's Gar- ' 
den, New York, ended this even- 
iug. Howell, the Englishman, won 
the Astley belt and championship 
of the world, scoring W'O miles. 
Ennis walked 475, and Harninan ! 
43<) miles. 

16. Gen. Thomas W. Sherman, j 
C. S. A., died ut Newport, 1UI., 
aged 66 years. 

16. William Greene Williams ; 
died in Providence, aged 81 pears. | 

It!. Miragoane, a town in liuyti, 
was destroyed by a Are on the night 
of this date, rendering over five 
thousand people homeless; loss 
81,000,000. 

18. The extra session of the 
forty. sixtli Congress met to-day. 
Samuel J. Randall was elected 
■Speaker of the House. In the 
Senate, Vice-President Wheeler 
presided. 

19. State-Bank Examiner Tit- 
comb, of Maine, makes a report I 
of ins investigation of the accounts i 
of the late Cashier Barron, of the 
Dexter Savings Bank, in which he ' 
vindicates the cashier's integrity, j 

19. TinevilSe, Mo., is nearly de- 
stroyed bv fire ; only four buildings 
are ieft standing. 

19, The President's message to 
the extra session of Congress, ac- 
companied by the treasury esti- 
mates, was received and read in I 
both Senate and House. 

19. The French Hoatiiiff battery 
Arrogante sprung a leak, and 
foundered oft the Isles ot Ilveres, 
during a gale, and forty-seven 
men, out of one bundled and 
twenty. two, were drowned. 
. -L This morning, 64-300 was 
round to be stolen from the sate in 
the counting-room of the Arling- 
ton Mill, in Lawn nee. 

-1. The treasurer of the Rending 
pavingi Bank, Nathan B. Pratt, 
*or embezzlement of the hunk's 



funds, has been arrested. Tht 

loss in known to be upwards of 

$60,000. 

' 1M. The trial of T.DeWittTal- 

magc, pastor of the Urooklyn Tab- 

erimclv, before the B klyn l*r< »- 

bvu ry, who think lie needs disci- 
plining, cominenccd to-day. 

25. Orange, Mas... has i 350,000 
fire, destroying the factory of the 
Orange Maiuif. Co. and a baw and 
grist mill adjoining. 

•_'•;. Mr. George D. Whittle, ex- 
treasurer and collector of Lynn, 
has suddenly disappeared from 
tiiat city. 

20. Fires: The Tremont House, 
at Claremont, N. 11., destroyed, 
and five persons burned to death; 
Fairchild's block, in Madiwjn, 
Wis., partially burned, causing an 
explosion, whicli ki.lcd two and 
injured fifteen others; nearly ti:e 
entire business' portion of Seneca, 
111., burned over. 

.".II. At AlUton Hall, in Bo-ton, 
Miss Lulu Loonier completed her 
three hundred fourth quarter miie 
in as many consecutive quarter 
hours, and this evening was with- 
drawn from the track, on account 
of lameness. 

31. The New England Home for 
Intemperate Women, at 112 Ken- 
dall street, Boston, was dedicated 
this evening. 

:;i. The Belmont Oil Works, vi 
Philadelphia, burned, involving a 
loss of $75,000. One man was 
fatally burned. 

A.pril. 

1. The U. S. Senate passed a bill, 
appropriating .S'JtXl.OiK) for the con- 
struction of a vessel, to be provided 
with a refrigerating apparatus, bli- 
the disenfection of vessels and ear- 
goes arriving from yellow fever 
ports. 

1. The Oliver-Cameron breach 
of promise case, in which Mary S. 
Oliver sued Hon. Simon Cameron 
for $50,000, concluded to-day, with 
a verdict for the defendant. 

2. Gov. Van Zandt re-elected in 
Rhode Island. The vote was as 
follows: Van Zandt, 9,718; Segor, 
,;,.">1<": Hill and scattering, .77; 
republican majority. 3.826. 

•J. Gardner Colby died at his 
residence in Newton, .Mass.. aged 
(>h years. He has been a liberal 
benefactor to Brown University al 
Providence, Colby University at 
YYat»rville, Me., and other insti- 
tutions of learning and charity. 

8." (.en. Fit/ John Porter is tully 
exonerated by the military board 
ol inquiry, who have scrupulously 



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examined into his case, and they i 
now (believing him to nave been 
wrongfuily condemned in the court \ 

martial of 18G3) recommend his 

restoration to former rank in the 
j army. 

i 3. John I*. Phair, who was to be 
| hung to-morrow at Windsor, Vt.. 

again reprieved by the governor oi j 
I Vermont. 

i IS. National Fast Day. 
] 3. Dr. Charles Jewett, eminent 

as a temperance reformer, died lhi° 
j morning at Norwich, Conn., aged j 
\ 71 years. 

j 4. .Madame Elizabeth Patterson i 
i Bonaparte, widow of Jerome Bon- i 
; apart*-, who was brother of the tir*t 1 
. Napoleon, died at Baltimore, at an j 

advanced age. She leaves property 
, to her grandsons. Jerome anil ; 
: Charle3 J. Bonaparte. 
j 4. At a meeting of the Union 
; Temple Baptist Church, Boston, 
| Dr. Larimer renewed his resigna- 
' tion, and it was reluctantly ac- 
I ceptcd. Dr. Loriroer goes "to a 
' Chicago church. 

! 5. The last of the 5-20 bonds 
; of 180.5 were called % in for re- 
; demption, by Secretary Sherman, 
I to-day. 

5. The four- mile race between 
Cambridge and Oxford on the 
Thames Stiver, England, was won 
by the former in '21 min. IS see. 

"6. A large fire in Philadelphia 
destroyed eighteen buildings, with 
a loss of nearly $1,000,000. One 
man was killed, and several in- 
jured. 

6. Cornelius Vunderbilt paid to 
the late Horace Greeley's two 
daughters §G1,0Q0, thus cancelling 
indebtedness for money borrowed 
fifteen years ago, With compound 
interest on the same. 

7. The ninety-ninth anniversary 
of the birth of William Ellery 
Channing was commemorated in 
Newport, P. I., the eitv of Ids 
birth. Gov. Van Zandt presided. 

8. The trial ot persons charged 
with illegal voting at the Inst State 
election commenced in the. V. S. 
District Court. Gen. Butier ap- 
p> ared for the defendants. 

9. Rev. 0. a. Tilliughast in- 
stalled pastor of the Bn-au-street 
Christian Church, Providence. 

. 9. The Alien Print Works, Prov- 
idence, ask ci editors an extension 
tor three years. 

10. John P. Phair was hung to- 
day nt Bellows Fulls, Vt. He pcr- 
sisted to the his; that he was inno 
cent. 

lo. The Massachusetts House of 
Representatives passed to be en- 



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grossed the Senate bill, permitting . 
women to vote tor school commit- 
tee, by a vote of 129 to i». 

10. " Hon. Charles LI. Bell, ap- 
pointed by tin- governor <d N< w 
Hampshire (J. S. Senator from that 
Suite, was admitti d to a seat in the 
Senate, by a vote of ;V> to 28. 

l;j. Easter Sunday, 

14. The Czar of Russia was shot 
at several times in St. Petersburg, 
but escaped harm. Thewould-bc 
as- as.- in was arrested. 

11. Bamabee, Whitney, Turn 
Karl, Miss .Mary Be.be, George 
Frofhin ghaut, and other musical 
celebrities appeared tiiis evening, 
al the Boston Theatre, in II. M. b. 
Pinafore. 

14. Windsor Howe, of Bolton 
Centre, Mass., died, aged 102 years, 
S mouths, and ID days. 

14. Park Theatre was opened to 
the public, in Boston, this evening. 

15. Vice- President Wheeler hav- 
ing been called away by the sick- 
ness of his sister, Senator Thurman 
was elected president ;>ro. Urn. ot 
the Senate. 

10. J. Truman Burdick elected 
mayor of Newport, K. I., by a 
majority of SO. The question ot a 
new City Hall voted down by a 
majority of 6,'il. 

16. Prof. William B. Rogers, of 
Boston, elected president of the 
National Aeademv of Science. 

10. Dr. Chalfant, the supposed 
murderer of Josiah B aeon, treas- 
urer of the Goodyear Dental Vul- 
canite Co., of Boston, who was 
found dead in his room at tisc 
Baldwin Hotel, in San Francisco, 
on the thirteenth instant, has sur- 
rendered himself, and confesses to 
have killed Bacon, but that the 
act was unintentional, and caused 
bv an accidental discharge of a 
pistol. 

17. Rev. Dr. Duryca installed as 
pastor of the Central Congrega- 
tional Church, in Boston. 

17. A syndicate, composed oi 
nineteen banks and bunking firms 
of Boston and New York, made a 
subscription of $150,000,000 United 
States four per cent, bonds and 
$40,04)0,000 funding certificates, the 
largest bid ever made to the treas- 
urv department. 

18. The town of Eureka, Neb., 
destroyed by tire, rendering two 
thousand people homeless; loss 
about $1,000,0190. 

Is. A severe storm, comprising 
rain, hail, snow and wind, with 
swollen rivers and tidal waves. 
lusting all day and night, extended 
over most oi New England. 



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>r- I 28. The men who have been nn- 
u- pri«ou< d over four nays in a mine 



21). Rev. Henry H. Northrop, 1 
mcrly of Schenectady, N. V., w 
raenced his ministry with the iii 
mond-strcet Free Congregational rescued ulive and wefl. Mule meat 
Church, Providence. and a running brook Imd relieved 

21. The corner-stone For a new | them of their immediate ncees- 
chapel at Fruit Hill, North Provi- aities. 
dence, was laid to-day. I 28. At the Methodist conference 

21. Gen. John A. Dix did ut ' in Portland, resolutions were 
his home in New York, aged 80 adopted requesting bishops not to 
years and 9 months I transfer uny man into the confer- 

-2. The one hundn d and fourth i ence who uses tobacco, 
anniversary parade of the United | 28 and 20. In Orenburg. Russia. 



Train • >t Artillery, Providence. 
place to-day. 

_'o. While Edwin Booth was 
performing in McVicker's Theatre, 
Chicago, he was shot ut by a young 
snan, named Mark Gray, who is 
thought to be insane. Mr. Booth 
was uninjured. 



a tire consumes 949 dwellings, 1 



>.|Ue 



4 mill 



292 



op 9 



10 



relies, Court House, market, 
elub houses, and other buildings, 
creating great suffering ami loss. 

29. Russia is in a state of terror, 
on acconnt of the NiniMsts, and 
nilitarv rule is virtually estab- 



23. John Shaw, an itinerant dealer j lished in the empire, 
in peanuts, living at Tooleville, 29. The assembly at Tirnova 
Providence, was murdered by his , elected Prince Buttcuberg, Prinee 

drunken wife. j of Bulgaria. 

24. Two thousand persons have j 30. Gov. Talbot signed the civil 
been arrested at St. Petersburg, by damage liquor bid. 

order of the Government, within ) 30. Mrs. Sarah J. Hale, fifty 
the past few days. years editress of Godey's Lady's 

24. Senator Conkling made a Book, died in Philadelphia, aged 
speech in the Senate on the army i 88 years. 

appropriation biil. He was listened i Jio. The Blase. Legislature,which 
to for tliree hours, and among his i has been in session since January 
auditors were five members of the " 
Cabinet. 

Conductor Ilartwell, on trial 



at Dedham for mausiaughter, in 
killing Patrick J. Reagan at the 
Wollaston railroad disaster, was 
brought in 



I, adjourned to-day 

M»y. 

1. Charles F. Freeman, a Second 
Advcntist, living at Pocasset, in 
Sandwich, Mass., killed his little 
daughter, rive years ob 



Large meeting of citizens in j ingto have a re\ elation from hea 
Faneuil Hall this noon, to express ; en commanding him to do the deed. 
Sympathy with the negroes who He and his wile planned and car- 
are leaving the South, and to com- ; ried out the " sacrifice." They were 
plete arrangements for substantial ' arrested, and taken to jail. 
aid to the exodus. Gov. Talbot 1. James II. Field, of the firm 
arul others addressed the meeting, of Field & Cory, Providence, com- 

2.5. The civil damage liquor bill ! mined suicide." 
was enacted in the Massachusetts 2. The complimentary benefit to 
Legislature to-day. I Carl Zerrahn.on the completion of 

2J. Early this morning the La- j his twenty-fifth year as conductor 
conia, N. IL, National Hank was j of the Handel and Haydn Society, 
robbed by burglars ot notes, bonds, j took p'ace at Music Hall this 
and money to the value of $150,000. evening, when "Elijah" was per- 



The bank loses about $6,000. 

25. Bishop Edwin R. Ames, of 
the M. E Church, died in Balti- 
more, Md., aged 74 years. 

27, Col. W. m. Lowe, represen- 
tative to Congress from Alabama, 
wnt a challenge to fight a duel to 
»en dor Logan, who refused to 
accept the missive. 



l>r. Lorimer preached his ] tucket. 



formed. 

3. William E. Gilmore, a well- 
known musician in Providence, 
dropped dead in a Btore ,at Paw- 
tucket. He was in his fifty-sixth 
vi ar. 

8. Prof. II. A. Appelles, a mem- ; 
berof the American Band, Provi- 
leuce, died of apopb 



.. .ly-si\th year. 
farewell sermon at Tremont Tern- I 4. William H. Ayer, chief of 
pie. Boston. police in Providence, died, a-ed o n J 

, 2^. Gorham, N. IF, has a Rreat ' years. 

fire, nearly destroying the business J 7. "Bed" I.oarv, one of the 
Portion of the town; Toss" 5.10,000. I Northampton Lank robbers, es- 



.~1 



4!) 



CaOONIOLK OF KVKNTK. 



enped from Ludlow-strect Jail, 

New York, by aid of his frieud*. 

7. The voting on the question of 

a new constitution in California 
resulted in its adoption, bv a ma- 
jority 01 from 6.OU0 to iujHiq. 

8. Loriiiard's " Parole" won the 
gr:*at Chester handicap stakes at 
Cheshire, En-land. 

10. Francis E. 1 1 ay den, of Fitch- 
burg, arrested on u complaint 
charging dim with poisoning his 
J sister, Miss Surah K. Harden. 
I 10. Rear-Admiral Em»ch G. 
i Parrott died in New York city. 
He entered tiie navy in 1M1, and 
'; was commissioned rear-admiral in 
! 187,'). 

; 11 and 12. In Pennsylvania, 
I New York, Vermont, and New 
j Hampshire, and in other states. 
thousands ot acres ot woodland 
i have been burned over. 
| 12. The bill, entitled "An act to 
', prohibit military interference at 
elections," is returned to the House 
without the President's si -nature. 
' and it fails to become a law. 

1^. The trial of Mr. Talmage 
before the Brooklyn Presbytery 
i has ended, and the complaint has 
j been dismissed. 

13. The season, which has been 
unusually backward, made a spurt 
| to-day, sending the mercury up 
I among the eighties in Boston, 
! while in some localities one hun- 
; dred degrees in the shade were 
registered. 
1(5. Henry J. Cross, city treas- 
■ urer of Salem, committed suicide 
I in his office, at the City Hall. He 
j was 56 years old. 

I 17. The jubilee anniversary of 
Grace Church took place in Prnvi- 
1 deuce. Bishop Clark gave an his 
, torical address, and interesting ser- 
; vices were held oil Sunday, the 
. sixteenth. 

I IS. Rear-Admiral Gordon, on 
I the retired list ot the U. 6. Navy, 
died at Bloise. France. He entered 
the navy in lSly, and was commis- 
sioned rear-admiral in lJSOd. 

19. The heroic conduct of Capt. 
Isaac F. Mayo, of Provincetown, 
and his boat's crew, who rocued 
the survivors on the wreck of the 
schooner Sarah J Fort, at Peaked 
Hill Bars Cape Cod, April 4, has 
been acknowledged by the presen- 
tat ion of a silver medal to each 
man by the Humane Society of 
Massachusetts. 

LU The directors of the Fitch- 
burg Kaiiroud vot« to withdraw 
fnun the Agreement made with the 
Hootac l'unmd line, un account 

of too high Mis. 



21. The widow of Daniel P. 
Stone gives £23,IN*1 to the Boston 
Y. M. U. Association. 

22. The police parade took place 
in Boston to-day, and over live 
hundred men were ill line. 

•J4. William Lloyd Garrison died 
tliis evening, at lite residence of his 
daughter, ill New York, aged 74 
years, 5 months, ami |*J days. 

2(5. It was announced in the 
English Parliament to-day that a 
treaty with the Ameer ot Afghan- 
istan had been signed. 

iv.. Charles II. Hunt was in- 
stalled chief of police, in l'rovi- 
deuce. 

27. The one hundredth anni- 
versary of the birth of Thomas 
Moore, which occurs to-morrow, 
was commemorated by a bfl liquet 
at the Parker House this evening. 

28. . The funeral of VVm. Lloyd 
Garrison took place in the church 
at LI iot square, Kox bury. Wendeil 
Phillips delivered an oration, and 
addresses were made hy Theodore 
Weld, Kev. Samuel May, Samuel 
Johnson, and Lucy Stone. The 
singing was by a colored quartette. 

2ii. The President's veto message 
of the Legislative appropriation 
bill was received and read in the 
House, and the veto was sustained. 

30. Decoration Day was gener- 
ally observed throughout the coun- 
try, and with an increased devotion 
to the perpetuation of the memory 
of the gallant dead. 

ot). The American horse, Parole, 
won the Epsom gold cup in Eng- 
land. 

June. 

1. A confession of one of the 
Manhattan Bank robbers, giving 
a detailed account of the burglary, 
is made public. 

1. The thermometer, at signal 
office in Boston, registered UL/i 
degrees in the shade at 2 I'.M. 

1. Gen. James Shields died in 
Ottumwa, Iowa, aged <>l> years. 
During his life he has represented 
Illinois, Minnesota, and Missouri 
in the United States Semite, and 
was in both the Mexican and Civil 
\i a rs. 

2. The American Chemical 
Works, at North W iburu, Mass., 
were burned, causing a loss of 
over 8*5" WO. 

S. The Prince Imperial of 
France, vho mid volunteered his 
services in tne South African War, 
while out on a rcconn oitering ex- 
pedition with a few British soldiers, 
was surprised and killed by Zulus. 
The prince was the only child ot 
Napoieou III. and Eugenie, and 



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C1IKOX1CLE OK EVENT!. 



41 



was twenty-three years old. The 
body of the prince was recovered. 

4. Pardee, llai!. erne of til ■ La- 
fayette College buildings, at Eas- 
ton, PH., destroyed by lire; Joss 
$300,000. 

5. Hon. N'att Head was inau- 
gurated governor vt New Hamp- 
shire to-day nt Concord. 

7. Mrs. Howard Paul, actress 
and Bigger, died in London. 

8. TliC sloop Fairy capsized ill 
Salem harbor, and Chares B. Fi- 
field, William Howell, und William 
O, Pinkham, belonging to Salem, 
were drowned. 

10. The S'.'th annual convention 
of the Protestant Episcopal Church 
of Rhode Island assembled at 
Grace Church, Providence. 

10. The association of American 
superintendents of insane asylums 
met in Providence to-day, to hold 
a the days' >es>i..n. 

10. The Rhode Island Congre- 
gational Conference met in the 
Beneficent Church, Providence. 

10. Commodore Foxhnll A. 
Parker, commandant of the U. &. 
Naval Academy at Annapolis, Mi, 
died in that city. He entered the 
navy in 1839, and was commis- 
sioned commodore in 1872. 

11. The Rhode Island Universa- 
lis Convention met in Providence. 

11. Mrs. Jane L. de Forrest Hull, 
wife of Dr. Alonzo F. Hull, was 
found dead in bed, at her home in 
Xew York city. Her hands and 
teet were tied, and a gag was in 
her mouth. A trunk had been 
rifled of its contents, and articles 
of jewelry taken, showing robU ry 
to have been n motive in the crime. 
Mrs. Hull was 58 years of age. 

LI* Jackson, Michigan, has a 
£175,000 fire, which destroys saw- 
mills and a lumber vard. 

11. The golden wedding of the 
Emperor William was celebrated 
in Berlin. 

11 Semi-Centennial of the Ab- 
bot Academy, at Andover, com- 
menced to-dav. 

13. The Point Breeze, Philadel- 
phia, fire, which first occurred on 
the eleventh instant, broke out 
afresh to-dav, destroying all the 
remaining wharfage in that place. 
In all, one-half mile in length. 
Immense quantities of oil have 
The lo'al loss, is 



):; 



,'H.H). 



lie semi-centennial anni- 
ver>ary of Friendlv Lodge, I. O. 
ii ♦ Waa ntI(l ' n Providence. 
Hon. Schuyler Colfax, ex-vice- 
pKsjdent of the United States, de- 
livered an interesting address. 



13. Tlie entire cnjiitn! stock of 
the new Central Union Telegraph 
Company lias tieeil taken up. 

15. A bouquet of uuihuial mag- 
nificence was ffivcu by the Boston 
Commercial Club to the Chicago 
Commercial Club, at Horticultural 
Hail. 

13. The Youiil' Men's Christian 
Association, of Providence, cele- 
brate their twenty-sixth anniver- 
sary. 

It;. Edward flanlan, the Cana- 
dian oarsman, defeated Klliott, the 
English champion, in the sculling 
match rot New Castle, on the Tyne. 
Haitian is now champion oarsman 
of England and America. 

17. Oakland Garden, a new sum- . 
mer resort in Dorchester District,! 
Boston, opened this evening. 

17. The one liundred and fourth 
anniversary of the battle of Bunker 
Hill was celebrated in the Charles- 
town District. 

17. The two hundred and fiftieth 
anniversary of -the settlement of 
Lynn was celebrated to-day, with 
great enthusiasm. 

18. Park Garden, on Broad st., 
Providence, was opened, with in- 
teresting exercises. 

h'v A violent conflict of words 
between Senators Conkling and | 
Lamar. 

18. One hundred and eleventh 
commencement of Brown Univer- 
sity. There was a large attend- 
ance. 

18. The Society of the Army of 
the Potomac, met at Albany to- , 
day. Gen. Hawley delivered an 
oration. 

'JO. A sham battle, between 
Union and Confederate forces, was 
fought by the Grand Army men, at 
Wy onm park, Lynn, to-day, giving 
a vivid representation of a real 
contest, and lasting nearly an 
hour. 

21. The great walking match in 
London for the Astley belt and 
championship of the world was 
won by Weston, and the belt will 
be brought back to America. Wes- 
ton performed the remarkable It-at 
of walking Ave .hundred and fiftv 
miles inside of six days. 

21. John Kemmler, a German, 
living at South Ilolyoke, Mass , 
shot his three little girls, aged fif- 
teen months, four years, and six 
years. Two died immediately, and 
the other was fatally injured. The 
father pave as his motive to the 
deed that he was fearful that they 
would grow up and "1:0 to the 
bad," and that by killing them 
their souls would be saved. 



42 



CIIUONICLK OF EVENTS. 



' Itt. Tiic President's veto of the 
| judicial bill was sustained by the 
action of the u<> use. 

'S.l. Chastine Cox, the murderer 
of Mrs. .1. de Forrest Null, nt New 
York, was arrested si t the Ebenezcr 
Baptist Chureb in Boston, to which 
place he h"d hern trucked. The 
prisoner confessed the deed. Cox 
is a colored man, and about thirty- 
two years of «'.',c. His arrest was 
due to the sagacity of Mr. W. K. 
Balch. a If. raid reporter. 

24. Knights Templars from Bos- 
ton and Worcester visited Provi- 
dence, and had a nail down the 
hay, and were otherwise hand- 
somely entertained hy Providence 
brethren. 

24. The Providence Directory 
and Rhode Island Business Dir.r- 
tory for 1879 is jus 1, from the press, 
containing over FOO pages, with 
.°>7,1:k} uatnes. Some new features 

j have been added, notably a largo 
list of persons whose names ap- 
peared in the Directory of- l&JO, 
and who still reside in Providence. 

2.5. New London, 2s. II., cele- 
brated its one hundredth anniver- 
sary. 

2(5. The Khedive of Egypt, in 
accordance with the order ot the 
Sultan of Turkey, abdicated in 
favor of his son, TeofiK, who is 
proclaimed Viceroy of Ejrypt. 

20. Strikeof the Fall River mule 
spinners in nearly all the mills. 

27. Harvard won a victory over 
, Yale at New London, Conn., in 

the four-mile race, coming in 
twenty-five lengths ahead. Time 
22 min. 15 sec. 

25. Paymaster-General John O. 
Bradford", U. S. N., died in Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. lie entered the navy in 

, 1845, and was appointed paymaster- 
general in I8l»9. 

! 28. The store of C. R. Linkc, 
Providence, R. I., was entered by 
burglars, and watches and jewelry, 
amounting to ahout $15,000 were 
stolen. 

28. The steamship City of New- 
York collided with the barque 
Helen, off Barnegat, sinking the 
latter. The captain and four of 
the crew were los 1 :. 

20. James F. Kdmands, a prom- 
inent citizen of Newton, and a 
leading Hour merchant in Boston, 
was arrested to-day on the. charge 
of forgery. The amount of irreg- 



thirds vote required to pass it ovit 
, the veto. 

•Inly. 

' I. The extra session of the fortv- 
! sixth Congress adjourned tint rfi'< 
j 1. Out of two hundred and lift) 
applicants tor admission to liar- 
i vard, one hundred and twenty- 
; nine arc successful. 
i 4. The Khodo Island Society of 
, the Cincinnati held \U 00th annoal 
| meeting at Providence. Many ot 

the original ltiemlM.»rx were repre- 
sented hy their grandson.-. Olid 
; other descendants. 
I 4. Independence Dav was cele- 
brated in Boston, with customary 
seat. TJie programme comprised 
' the hand concert, game of lacrosse 
1 on the Common, sailing regatta, 
bicycle races, balloon ascension, 
j fireworks, etc., with the usual OC- 
i com pa ui merit of intense heat, 
, thunder, lightning, rain, and sun- 
\ dry accidents. At the Boston Thc- 
j atre, the exercises consisted of the 
j reading of the Declaration of In- 
• dependence by a colored num. a 
; prayer by a Catholic priest, and 
| the oration by IleuryCabot Lodge. 
' The children's entertainments, in 
; different halls, afforded solid pleas- 
\ ure to crowds ot voting folks. 
I 4. The British troops, under 
Lord Chelmsford, gain a decisive 
victory over Cctywavo's foree>, in 
! South Africa. 

I 5. Joshua B. Smith, a wcll- 
j known colored citizen and caterer 
' of Boston, died, aged 65 years. 
! 7. Thirteen hundred sheep, 
! shipped from Boston by the Bul- 
| ge.rian, were found to be infected 
with foot and mouth disease, and 
were slaughtered at Liverpool. 

8. George Sennott, a well-known 
lawyer of Boston, died at Hot 
! Springs. Ark., aged 53 years. 
I 8. The yacht Jeannette sailed 
from San Francisco on an Arctic 
exploring expedition. 
: y. The skeleton of a huge nni- 
I mal has been unearthed near New- 
\ burg, N. Y., the skull oi which 
i weighs ahout six hundred pounds. 
I 9. Mrs Sarah A. Dorsey. of New 
Orleans, just deceased, hai he- 
1 queathed to Jeff Davis a large 
property in Mississippi. 

0. The little boat Golden Gate 
sailed from City Point to-day, on 
' her trip around" the world. She i s 



uiar pape: is said to he o 


ver $SU,odo. 


10 ft. long. *> ft. 4 in. beam at wuter 


:?>. The V. S. Marsh 


il's appro- 


line, and 1 1-7 tons burden. 11. F. 


priation bill, with its p< 


• litical riu- 


Hun ill and O. B. Coombs are the 


rs.wnsvetoed by Pre-!' 


pnt Haves, 


crew. 


nd this bill, l.ke its 


immediate 


11). Yellow fever reappears in 


OdccessOPS, failed oi 


' the two- 


Memphis, Tcnn. 



CHRONICLE OF EVENTS. 



43 



R Fifth annual meeting of the 
Jf.E. Commercial Traveller* Asso- 
ciation met in Providence, and took 

a sail down the bay to Kocky Point. 
10. Joseph Buzzcll was to-day 

executed at Concord, IS". II., f«<r 
the murder of Susan A. Hanson. 
lie died without making a confes- 
sion of the crime. 

10. The Duke of Argyle, with 
his two daughters, arrived to Bos- 
ton from St. John, N. B. 

11. A plot, tor the wholesale 
delivery ot the convicts at the 
^tate Prison, Concord, Mass., was 
discovered and nipped in the bud. 

11. Ex-Gov. William Allen, ot 
Ohio, died at his house in Frail 
Hill, near Chiliieoihe, Ohio. His 
apt was 7G years. 

12. The funeral of the !ate prince 
imperial took place to-day at Chi s- 
elhurst, attended by most of the 
rojal household of great Britain, 
including the queen. Prince Jer- 
ome Bonaparte and his two sons 
were chief mourners. 

12. The steamer State of Vir- 
ginia, from NewYorkfor Glasgow, 
went ashore on Sable Island, in a 
dense fog, and is a wreck. She had 
on hoard one hundred and thirty- 
six persons, who were taken olf in 
boats. Four women and rive chil- 
dren were drowned in the surf. 

IS. Daniel Chamberlin.for many 
years proprietor of the Adams 
House, Boston, died, aged GO years. 
He leaves a property of nearly 
81,000,000. 

15. Peter Hobart, a well-known 
citizen, died in Boston, in his 
seventy-third year. 

15. < The school of philosophy 
and literature, a scheme of A. 
Bronson AlCott, opened to-day at 
Concord. Mass. 

1<>. A fearful tempest swept over 
Boston this afternoon, demolishing 
buildings and chimneys, breaking 
down and uprooting* trees, and 
flooding the streets. The fall of 
hail broke great quantities of win- 
dow glass, ami did serious damage 
to vegetation. In the harbor a 
number of sail boats were capsized, 
and lives were h-sr. The storm was 
very severe in Newton, Med ford, 
Walthain, and other suburban lo- 
calities, and in Fitchburg and Pitts- 
neld, where two men were kiil.d. 

l ,; Coney Island attracted a 
er.,wd to-day estimated to number 
"»e hundred thousand, including 
live thousand bathers at Brighton 
Beach. 

16. The S tough ton -street Baptist 
Church at Dorchester, lately de- 
stroyed by tire, but now rebuilt 



| and remodelled, was dedicated this 
j evening. 

! Id. Caroline C. Goodrich and 
Daniel F. Kimball, who live i.t 21 
■ La Grange street, Boston, have 
! been arrested as principals in the 
i Jennie 1\ Clark tragedy, and Mr. 
Alien >>. Adams, ot No. 421 Dudley 
Street, as an accessory. 

la. Gen. W. F. Barry, in com- 
mand at Fort Mcllenry, Md., died 
to-day. 

KS. Ydlow fever breaks out 
afresh in Memphis, and business 
is almost wholhj suspended. 

ID. A stay ot proceedings has 
been granted in the ease ol Chas- 
tine (Jox. who was convicted of 
UUirder in the lir.>t degree, oil the 
seventeen instant. The case comes 
up again in October. 

20. President Canal, of Hayti, 
has abdicated, and a new president 
is to be elected. 

21. Secretary Sherman and Post- 
master-Geueral Ivey visit Boston. 

22. The town of Rochester, 
Mass., celebrated its bi-centennial . 
to-day at Marion. 

24. Gustavus A. Somcrby. a 
prominent lawyer of Boston, died 
suddenly at his residence in South 
Framingham. aged 58 vears. 

2.V The Fifth Khodr'r.-dand Ih-cr- 
inientand Battery V held theirtitth 
annual target shoot, and election 
of officers, ac Bullock's Point. 

2.*>. The announcement is made 
that Gen. Butler wid run for gov- 
ernor this fall. 

26. A new trial is to be granted 
Mrs. Jennie Smith and Cone Ben- 
net, w ho are now under sentence ot 
death for the murder of the hus- 
band of Mrs. Smith. 

28. Secretary Kvarts received a 
telegram, announcing tin? r.si 
nation of Mr. "Welsh, minister to 
England. 

30. Preseott J. Pillshury, cashier 
of the Lawrence National Bank, 
a defaulter to the amountof §C4,000. 
He confesses and surrenders him- 
self to the authorities. 

::<>. The Hh.xle Island veterans' 
reunion was hold at l'ark Garden. 
There wa.s a large attendance, and 
a pleasant time was enjoyed. 

30. The Boston Heard of Alder- 
men and other «• ity officers made i 
tour through Winchester and Wo. 
burn, tor the purpose <-t inspectinj 
the Mystic water supply, the im 
purities of which have caused s< 
much discomfiture to the p< uple of 
iiast Boston and Chartastown ; and 
it was the general opinion that 
measures should DC taken l«>r the 
relief of the water takers. 



II 



CIIKONICLZ OF EVENTS. 



31. The eleventh annual tem- 

feranec mass meeting was held at 
tockv Point Gov. Van Btmdt, 
Licut-Gov. I toward, Judge Stiucss, 
id sevcm I others made stirring 
and convincing addresses. 

31. Deaeon I>\Mgi>t Wlioelock 
died iii Boston, aged 7:3 years. 

1. The assessors' valuation of 
I Boston for 1870 is, on real estate, 
$428,786,800; on personal estate, 

SiS3,4o7,;jW»; total, $6T2.25;},0U0. 

The rate ol taxation on 81,001) is 

$18.50. 
1. The colored Freemasons of 

Rhode Island, accompanied by 

Ma-on- from Boston and New 
; Bedford, went to Rocky Point. 
| J. Extensive fire in Hamilton, 
: Canada; loss about $LO0U,(«J0. 
i 3. Fireatlloulton, Me., burned 

seventeen of the most substantial 

buildings; loss §2."»,«Hjn. 

4. Charles lechter, the actor, 
died at his residence in Quaker- 
town, Pa., aged "w years. 

1. The town of Volcano, W. Va M 
destroyed by 1'nv; loss §75,000. 

5. The poet Tennyson's seven- 
tieth birthday. 

' (5. A meeting in behalf of the 

| Fonea Indians was held in the 
Meionian. in Boston, Speeches 
were made by Mayor Prince and 

| several other gentlemen in favor 
of doing justice to the Indians. 

i 6. The sixth annual excursion 
of the Order of Alfrediunsto Rocky 

i Point took place, where games and 
amusements were the order of the 

I day. 

i 0. The Bankers' Association 

! met at Saratoga. 

; 7. A fearful hurricane in Wood- 
Stock, K. B., and vicinity destroyed 
eighty buildings, and property to 
the amount of 5100,0(>0, and many 
persons v ere killed and injured. 

8. By a lire in Serajevo, the cap- 
ital Of Bosnia, over one thousand 
buildings were consumed, and 
twenty thousand persons made 
homeless. 

12. The Sovereign Council, Sons 
of Jonadab, commenced their an- 
nual session of three days in Prov- 
idence. 

12. The Wallace committee ar- 
rived in Boston, to investigate 
charges of intimidation of voiers, 
and alleged frauds, etc., in elec- 
tions in Massachusetts. 

13. Kev. John 1 loll. rook died in 
Somervi lie, Mass., aged 70 years. He 
had been a pn acherof much note. 

14. A fin in Tremcint Temple, 
Boston, humid the rear part and 



the roof. Th« trout parr, contain- 
ing -tores and offices, was damaged 
only by water and smoke. 1 hi 
loss- on the building was ahoul 

. $80,000; insurance, $Ml0,0(.O,whi( h 
was settled by the insurance coiu- 

i panics tor about 200,1100. 

j 1"». Governor Talbot declines a 

I renonnnation. 

1"). A labor riot took place si 
Quebec, several persons were killed 
and many wounded, and tlllicb 
damage done to property. 

i 15. Joseph F. Fryc, a lacrchanl 
Of lioston, was found d. ad in I he 

| basement of hi* house. No. 13 Joy 

\ street, he having been murdered 

I the night previous. Several per- 
sons have been arrested as being 
concerned in the murder, and the 
stolen property has been recovered. 
Ki. Deacon" Cephas Willard, of 
Pctcssham, Mass., died, aged IKi 
years, lie held many offices of 
"trust and responsibility. His father 
and grandfather had held the office 
of deaeon in the same church. 

17. Alderman George T. Spicer, 
of Providence, died, aged 77 years. 
He had been a prominent business 
man for many years, and had held 
many responsible public offices. 

18. In a chair, in the old State 
prison at Chariestown, which tor- 
merlv was used bv Jesse Pomcroy, 
was found secrcte'd a stonecutter's 
chisel, weighing nearly two pounds, 
which, if he had received at Con- 

i cord, would have been a very dan- 
i gerous weapon, and oiu?with which 
he might have made an easy es- 
cape. 

l'.i. Henry M. Dixon, independ- 
ent candidate for sheriti of Yazoo 
Couutv. Miss., was fatally shut bv 
James II. Barksdale. 

IS). A heavy rain fall yesterday 
; and last bight through thecountry, 
! which was much needed, and did 
j good and some harm, over six 
Inches having fallen. There was 
also a strong gale of wind, which 
ditl much damage in nmiiy places, 
and also to shipping on the sea 
const. 

19. The fourth annual National 
temperance camp meeting com- 
menced at So, Frauiinghain, Mass. 

20. The Wallace investigating 
committee closed its labors. The 
was a complete failure to prove ii 
timidatiou or fraud in the Massa- 
chus ;tts elections. 

20. .1. V. C. Smith, ex-mavor of 
Boston, died at Uichmond, Mass., 
aped 70 years, lie was a prom i nut 
physician in Boston for many 
years, and had resided in Ne« 
Yotk orvcr twenty years. 



CBtKOMOLE <>F EVENTS. 



4.5 



28; The American liar A asocia- 
tion mot at Saratoga, 

ji. Capt Goldsmith and wife, 
who in a small vessel left Huston 
f<»r Europe. were taken up off New- 
foundland in a suffering condition, 
and carried t<> Liverpool. 

81. Three hundred female chnir 
scaters, at Poughkcrpsie, N. V., 
.ruck on account of reduced 

WlgeS. 

21. The reunion of the Vermont 
veterans, at Montpelier, was at- 
tended by about two thousand 



22. The day police of Providence 
visited Ocean Cottage on their «u- 

ii'ial excursion, and had a clam 
dinner, a game of bull, and a very 
pleasant tune. 

22. An excursion party, of ever 
four thousand persons, came from 
Springfield and vicinity. M".st of 
them went to Nantnske't Peach. 

23. Mr. J. Dunham Hedge, libra- 
rian of Providence Athenamm, 
died, acred 70 years. His biograph- 
ical knowledge was of the highest 
order. 

23. Rev. 1. S. Kallock was shot 
and seriously wounded by Charles 
De Young, at San Francisco, Cal. 

25. The third encampment of 
tie New Hampshire veterans 
opened at "Weirs to-day, with a 
large attendance. 

27. Sir Rowland Hill, the author 
of the penny postal system, died in 
London. 

27. The ninth annual tournament 
of the Providence Caledonian So- 
ciety was held at Park Garden, and 
was the scene of royal sports. 

27, The Providence Caledonian 
Club held its annual picnic at 
Itocky^ Point, with the usual frames. 

27. The American Association 
for the Advancement of Science 
commenced its annual session at 
Saratoga, with a large attendance. 

29. Harris Lewis was nominated 
•or governor and JohnM. Wieting 
b»r lieutenant-governor of New 
x oik by the greenback convention 
St Ptica. 

-*. Oliver Wendell Holmes cel- 
ebrated his seventieth birthday, 
slid fresh and genial as ever. He 
graduated at Harvard College in 
1829, riity years ago. 

September, 

2." The tenth exhibition of the 

>v\v England Agricultural Societv 

"penedat Worcester. j)r. George 

"• P<>rmg, of Salem, made the 

penmg address. 

-■ The Rhode Wand brigade 
'"eampinent opened at Oakland 



I Peach, tO be Held three da \>, about 

i one thousand soldiers in line. 

.;. Mate election in California, 
rcMiIting in a victory for the re- 
' publicans. Lev. I. S." Kallock was 

, elected mayor <>t .s ;m Francisco 
on the workiitgman's ticket. 
I ;i. At the republican state eon- 
; veution, lield at Saratoga, M. Y., 
i A. P. Cornell, of New York city. 
i was nominated for governor, and 
, George H lioskins for Lieutenant- 
governor. 

:;. a pedestrian go-as-you-please 
| match fur 7a hours opened at Music 
- Hall, Boston. Twenty-two persons 
Started. Ai»out four thousand peo- 
ple were present. 
i 4. Captain La-, id Chamberlin, 
: chairman of the Poind ot Fire 
: Commissioners, died at Nssth 
! Adams, aged (H) years. He hud 
; been connected with the Boston 
tire department, in di tie rent capac- 
I ities, .since 1842. 

i 8. William Morris Hunt, a wcll- 
i known artist of Boston, was 
, drowned at the Isles of Shoals, 
j aged On" years. 

! & State election in Maine. No 
choice of governor by the people; 
1 but Manic! If. Davis, republican 
! candidate, has a plurality of sixty 
thousand over the other candidates, 
I and, as the House and Senate arc 
' republican by a good majority, Mr. 
Davis will be elected governor by 
them. 

9, The Rhode Island State Fair 
opened at Xarragansett Park, with 
a very line show of cattle, and a 
very good exhibit in the mechanical 
ami horticultural line. 

9. Fiftieth annual exhibition of 
the Massachusetts Horticultural 
: Societv opened at Horticultural 
i Hall, Boston. Both halls were at- 
tractive as usual. The annual ad- 
! dress was by Hon. Marshall P. 
i Wilder, John P. UusseIl,.Iohu M. 
• Ives, Andrew Breed, and Henry A. 
Breed are the four surviving inem- 
i hers of the eleven who formed the 
| society. 

I 9. The Social Science Association 
I met at Saratoga. Papers were read 
', br prominent scientists. 
i lo. Faneuil Hall, Boston, one 
1 hundred and thirty-seven years 
I old to-day. 

I 10. The schooner Fred L. Terry 
i arrived from ihe Banks witii forty 
: thousand pounds ot halibut, which 
sold forthree thousand dollars, the 
! best three weeks work of the 
i season. 

i 11. The Xew York democratic 
: convention. at Syracuse, nominated 
Gov. Robinson for re-election, and 



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CHRONICLE OF EVENTS. 



Clarkson N. Potter for lieutenant- age around the world, and receivi <\ 
governor. ThcTammai yiteswith- an enthusiastic welcome, 
drew, and nominated John Kelly. M>. " I'inaforc" has had a run of 
11. Twenty-fifth anniversary of ten weeks on the lake at Hark Gar- 

the opening ui Button Theatre. den, and closes to-night. 

11. The new Dudley-sr. Oiicra I lm. 'i'iie prohibitory ntate eon- | 
House in Roxbury. opened. : vention.at B >*ton, nominate d ICev. 

12. A convei.tion of the green- I). C. Eddy, D.I ►.. of Hyde I'ark, 
back-labor party was held at Fan- for governor, and T. K. Earlc, id 
euii Hal!. (Jen. Benj. !•'. Butler Worcester, tor lieu:. -governor, 
was nominated foi governor, and T:. Alderman Benjamin I'ope 
Wendell Phillips for lieutenant- died in South Boston, agedSt) years. 
governor; but the latter has de- lie had heen conneeted with t.;c 
dined, and A. C. Woodworth, the lumber business more than twenty- 
Butler candidate, has been noini- five years, was u member <t the 
nattid by the state committee, city government for several vears, 

15. The enearnpnu nt of the O. and had held many other o'tfices. 
A. K. of Rhode Island commenced lie was al>o a prominent frec- 
a camp at I'ark (iardeu, which , mason. 
continued three days. • •_'.">. Justin T-Gunn was murdered 

TU. Celebration of the twenty- in Bridgewater, Mas.--., by his son, 
fifth anniversary of the republican , Henry J. Gunn, who was arrcsti d 
party was Jteld at Worcester this in Boston, Oct*. her 1 1, and made ■ 
evening. There was a great path- : confession of the deed. 
ering of the old and young of ilie ! 'lo. The Essex County veterans, 
party. Gen. Banks presided, and ' G. A. II., held their seventh union 
made an address, followed by sev- j and parade at Danvers, Mass. 
era! others. j There were nearly eight hundred 

10. The first brigade Massnchu- men in the line, 
setts militia went into camp at-So. -■'<• The commemoration of the 
Framingham. , destrnetion of the city of I'ompcii, 

1(3. The republican state con- eighteen hundred years ago, was 
vention, at Worcester, nominated celebrated there. A large number 
John D. Long, of Hi ogham, for of scientific and learned men were 
governor, and Byron Weston, of present. 
Dal ton. for lieutenant-governor, i 23. The Eastern Archery Asso- 

17. The Butler democrats, at } ciation met at Beacon I'ark, Brigh- 
Worcester, ratified the greenback i ton, for a dial of skill, which was 
nomination of Butler for governor, : highly enjoyed by the archers. 
and nominated A. C. Woodworth, ; 26. The" business portion of 
of* Chicopee, for lieutenaut-gov- j Deadwood, Dak., was destroyed 
ernor; and on the eighteenth, the ; by fire, about two hundred build- 
independent party, at Worcester, ings being burned; loss estimated 
also ratified the above. ; at nearly § I, OOOJKJU. Thousands of 

17. To-day is the two hundred I people made homeless, 
and forty -ninth anniversary of the -7. A hie in Gloucester, Ma68.; 
settlement of Boston. Charlestown fifteen buildings burned; los.^ 
was settled a year previous, or two > $7.">,000. 
hundred and fifty years ago. -7. Ex-Mayor Henry L. Wil- 

17. By a fire in a tenement house liams, of Salem, died, nged ti4 
in South Boston, five lives were 1 years. He had been largely in 
lost. There was only one set of public business, and was highly 
stairs, and no fire escape. I lespcctcd. 

IS. Daniel Drew, the noted cap- 29. Jeremy Wilson died In 
italist, died at New York, Bged 82 Charlestown, Mass., aged D! 
years, fie had been a prominent : years. He was born in Andover, 
business man in Xcw York state .Mass., and was la-t Buryivor ol 
for about titty years. twelve children oi Deacon Joshua 

IS. The anniversary of the ere- j Wilson. One other brother died at 
ation of the world, according to the age of 97 years, and a sister at 
the Jewish calendar, occurs to-day. over'jO years. 

IS. Rev. Hollm H. Neale, D.H., I - n .». At Milk River. Col., the IT te 
of Boston, died, aged 71 years. He Indians attacked Major Thorn- 
had been in the ministry nearly burgh and his U. S. troops, killing 
fifty jrears, arid was pastor of the ' the major and sixteen uf his men, 
First Baptist Church for forty and wounding about forty. 
years. 2t». The eighty-ninth anniver- 

JO; Gen. tlra.u arrived nt San | sary of Major Daniel Simpson, the 
Francisco from his two years' voy- i veteran drummer of the 'Ancients, 



CIIBOKTCX.E OF EVENTS. 



who for sixty-seven years has be. ll 
an honored member of the com- 
pany. 

;jo. A west end Boston druggist 
teas mulcted in damages for $5,:flJ8 
by a jury for selling laudanum, , 
instead oi sweet tincture of rhu- \ 
barb, to a customer. 

uO. Second brigade Mass. militia 
encamp at So. Fiamiugham. 

October. 

1. A reception and dinner was 
given to Kcv. Thomas J. Sawyer, 
B.D., president oi Tufts College, 
in honor ct his fifty years' services ; 
in the UniversaTUt denomination. I 

1. Thermometer, eighty-seven, 
in the shade, warm for the season. ! 

2. At the county fair grounds 
in Adrian, Mich., a stand, holding I 
about two thousand people, gave • 
way, by which sixteen were kdled 
and seventy-five injured. 

2. An excursion of nine hundred | 
persons went over the Fitchburg i 
Kailroad to the Hoosae Tunnel. 

o. George Bancroft, the historian, 
is 79 years old to-day- 

3. John O'Brien, in a suit to re- i 
cover damages for injuiies received 
at Wollasfon, October 8, 1878, on ' 
'he Old Colony Kailroad, was ! 
awarded by the jury §7,1)57. 

4. A state convention of Tarn- 
many democrats was held in New ; 

! iforfe, and nominated John Kelly j 
tor governor, and Kobert W. Hume 
tor lieutenant-governor. 

6.^ The Ancient and Honorable ! 
Artillery went to Lowell, to cele- , 
brate their held day. 

7. The American Board of Com- | 
rmssionerg for Foreign Missions | 
commenced its annual session at i 
Syracuse, New York. 
, 7. The fifty- fifth anniversary of 
the Rhode island Baptist State 
Convention held in Providence. 
I here was; a large attendance. 

7. The democratic convention ; 
at 1 aneuil Hall, Boston, nominated i 
John Quincy Adams, of Quincy, I 
for governor, and William K. 
Plunkett,bf Pittsfield, for lieuten- 
:»i'_t- K overnor. 

. ' • Capt. Paul Boyton starts I 
from tlie head of the Merrimuc \ 
Liver on his swimming excursion. 
Slid arrives at Newbury port, Octo- 
ber 14, distance two hundred miles. ! 
. w . Memorial services were held in ; 
y-.sLur.vport, in commemoration 
' the lite and public services of. 
;.»'- late Hon. Caleb Cushing. I>r. ! 
?.'« Tge B. Loring, of Salem, de- 
livered the eulogy. 

v An experimental trial with a 

•»r«n{ air-cushion contrivance, at 



tlie Parker House elevator in Bos 
ton, resulted in an accident, by 
which the eight occupants were 
Well shaken down, but without 
any serious injury. 

if. The Pennsylvania Supreme 
Court decides that Alleghany Co. 
i« responsible tor property de- 
stroyed there during the riot la»t 
year. 

[). In tne case of John Divver 
vs. The Old Colony Kailroad, for 
injuries at Wollaston, Oct.8, 1878, 
the jury awarded £1,854 damage*. 

It). Third annual meeting of the 
Atner. Humane Soi-V, nl Chicago. 

11. The statue of Joviuh Quiucy, 
the second mayor of Boston, and 
projector of tiie Fanenil Market, 
was unveiled in front of City Hall. 
Mayor Prince made the address. 

li'. Gen.Kobcrts.with his British 
troops, entered Cabul; and other 
places in the vicinity have been 
taken po.-sess.ion of. 

12. Thirty-six buildings, com- 
prising tlie entire business portion 
of Shedhic, N. B.. were burned; 
loss jglUO.OUO. 

13. At a trial of a new-fash ionod 
torpedo, in Boston Harbor, .Mr. J. 
U. McClintock, the inventor, and 
anotlter man were killed, supposed 
by a premature explosion. 

14. In Iowa, John II. Gear was 
elected governor, and Frank T. 
Campbell, lieutenant- governor. 
Republican majority, about 27»,000. 

14. At the State election iu Ohio, 
lion. Charles Foster was elected 
governor, and Andrew Ilicken- 
looper lieutenant-governor. The 
Legislature is republican in both 
brunches. Republican majority, 
nearly 13,000. 

Pi. The veterans of the war of 
ISlli met in Boston, and voted to 
dissolve the association, as tlie 
u. embers were so aged that but 
few could attend the meetings. 

10. /I he annual fall parade of the 
Providence police took place, alter 
which they partook of a collation. 

16. Dr. Leinoy ne's remains were 
cremated at Washington, lYnn.. in 
a furnace lie had built for the pur- 
pose. Two bodies had been pre- 
viously subjected to the same pro- 
cess in the furnace. 

17. The Gate City Guards, of 
Atlanta, Ga., arrived in Boston, 
and were received with military 
and civic honors, and generously 
entertained. 

17. Uriah A. Boydeu died in 
Bo-ton, ag. d 77> years. He was 
well knowil as a railroad and hy- 
draulic engineer, and also tor ex- 
tensive scientific researches. 



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CHRONICLE <>F EVKNTS. 



1:\. A front at Memplr*, Tenn., 
nearly put a stop to the yellow fever 
there, and caused a gem ral return of 
the people; and resumption of busi- 
ness took place by the twenty- 
seventh. The fever had been raging 
about three months. 

23. The ninety-eighth annivcr- 
; saryofthesurrendei . t LordCorn- 
1 wallis, at Yorktown, \'a., \v n - cel- 
ebrated there by a large military 
parade, and addresses by several 
prominent men. 

24. The second trial of Dr. Kim- 
ball and Mrs. Goodrich, in the case 
of Jennie P. Clark, was brouglU 
to a close by the jury bringing in a 
verdict of guilt v in both cases; and 
on Oct. Stth, Dr. Kimball was sen- 
tenced to six years ami .Mr>. Good- 
rich to ten years imprisonment. 

24. Several inches of snow fell in 
Pennsylvania, first of the season. 

24. The first few flakes of snow 
fell in Boston and vicinity. 

24. Mr. Michael Dalton, the old- 
est type founder in the country* 
died in Boston, aged 71) years. 

2"). Quite an earthquake occurred 
in the eastern and southern parts of 
New Hampshire. 

27. Frank F. Boynton, the receiv- 
ing teller of the' North National 
Bank of Boston, for embezzlement 
was sentenced to five years hard 
labor in Dedham jail. 

28. "Walter Hastings, a prominent 
business man, died in Boston, ugid 
(>4 years. For many years he had 
been treasurer of* several manufac- 
turing companies of New England, 
and also hud been connected with 
banking and insurance companies 
in Boston. 

29. Standing Bear, chief of the 
Ponea Indians, arrived in Boston, 
lie was attended by Bright Eves, 
daughter of the head chief of the 
Oinahas, as interpreter, and her 
brother, Wood Worker. Thev had 
a public reception at Horticultural 
Hall in the evening. 

31. Maj. (Jen. Joseph Hooker, 
"Fighting Joe," died at Garden 
City, N. V., aged fib. lb- graduated 
at West Point* in 1837, served in the 
Mexican war, and was a distin- 
guisln-d officer dm ing th) civil war. 

3L Rev, Jacob Abbott, died at 
Farmkigton, Me., his native place, 



aged 7tf. He was the author of the 
wi 11 known Rollo books and many 
others, for children; ulso, iiuttiv 
historical works. 

Not ember. 

1. Senator Zacharudi Chandler. 
of Michigan, was found di-ad m hi* 
I.e.] a; ii hotel in Chicago, ng«il«J. 
He was born in Bedford, 8f.ll., re- 
moved in early lite to Detre ', 
.Mich, lie hud been senator ii 
Congress over 20 years, and wa- 
rnan of great talent, lie bad bite! 
made inanv political speeches i 
d ficreut states, the lust being ti. 
evening before his di ath. 

4. State clccti. »ns belli to-day in 
several stab *. Massachusetts efects 
for jr.ivrrnor John 1). ^ong, « t 
Iliugnam, the republican cuttdi- 
date, by about I4,euu plurality. The 

total vote is given eisewherV ee 

index to contents. In Connecticut 
the election was tor member* of 
legislature only, and tie' republi- 
cans have a majoritv of '.Hi .mi joint 
baiiot. Marviand w"ent democratu 
by I7,(XK) majoritv. Minnesotarc- 
publican by 14,(100; Nebraska n ■ 
publican by l.-,om>. In NewJers< j 
the republicans made slight gains 
hi the legislature. In New \'ti 
state, A. Ii. Cornell, republic: 
is elected -overnor by 70,1 MH) plural- 
ity ; the legislature is republican b> 
7S on joint ballot, and the Vote uu 
other state officers i> very close. 

! 1'tMinsvlvania gave W>,noo majoritv 
for the republicans, and Wisconsin 
I gSJJUU the same way. The demo- 
crats earrv Mississippi strinir'v. 
7. Rev. Matthew Hale Smith 
! died in So. Brooklyn, N. Y.,*gvd 
; tJ.;. As a writer he was well known 
j over the noui de plume of " Bur- 
leigh." 

5. Isaac Livermore, of Cam- 
bridge, died at Pittsfivltl, Maes. 
aged82vears. He was well knowi 
in Bodon i\< a business man foi 

! more than rifty years, and also in 
public offices. 
I 13. Rev. William Murdock died 
at West B..\Iston. Mas*.. sudd. •■•\\. 
1 aged «♦» years. He had been pastor 
: dt Congregational churches .it Can- 
, dia, N. II.. and Boylston, Mass. 
| 1*1. First winter? day of the sen- 
son. Thermometer l^ v abo\e zero. 



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And Dealer in 

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STREET DIRECTORY. 



(Jiving the location of each street, ami showing ivhnt other rtrw ts 
and places run from it or across it, with tftc number ut \\ hieli they 
intersect. From this list, the location of any miinbi r <m .i -n<-' I caii 
bo easily ascertained , us, for instance, wishing tu know at w i . n r part 
of High Street Ku. ^M conns, you look at High Street, upon pn?e 
72, and find that Sp/im; >::<•< t i it n s l'r-.. m L".)i;, and Winter Street 
from 352, showing tint; ;;^4 !!ign street would come about half-way 
between Spring and Winter st'n ets. 



A Street, from 40 Lester to 
Rico, Ward 6. 
Right. 



Left. 



I 



>ster 



4 Liverntore 

8 Paring 
Opp. 10 Perkins 

10 Tighlman 
20 Booth 
25 Rice 
Al>l»ott, fr. 833 North Main 
to Camp, Ward 1 
2 1 North Main 
41 Knowles 
Highland 
Bolander 
' Camp 

Al»l>ott Park Place, 

from 218 Broad, Ward 5. 
Aborn, from opp. 25 Chapel 
to West Exchange, Ward 4. 
t) D Chapel 
Westminster 
21 20 Washington 
31 34 Fountain 
31 Broadway 
39 42 Sahin 
39 At well' 3 Av. 
51 Hicks 
67 Bourn 

77 Tower 
89 Merrill 
93 Cedar 

West Exchange 
Academy Ave. from op- 
posits 516 Atwell's Ave. to 
Chalkstone Ave., Ward 10. 
Newark 
Turner 
38 Armiugton Av. 
opp. 51 Hendiiek 
opp. 61 Pomona Av. 

78 Amity 
86 Dover 

Beaufort 
109 Linton 
H2 Roanoke 
1H Belmont Ave. 
H8 Chalkstone Av. 
Acorn, from 243 Atwell's 
Ave. to the Woouasquatucket 
River, Wards 4, 7. 
II Atwell's Av. 

9 Trainor 



Left. Eight. 
15 Spruce 



71 Railroad crossing 
Harris Av. 
Tingley 

# Woouasquatucket R; v. 



Actinia, from Roger, west- 
erly, Ward 10. 

A«lam*, from 193 Knight to 
Piedmont, Ward 7. 
Knight 
Republican 
Piedmont 
Adelaide Ave. from opp. 
7JS Bro:ul to opp. 319 Reser- 
voir A v., WaraO. 



Km 



son 



u u Niagara 
Hamilton 

Melrose 
Klmwood Av. 

Reservoir Av. 

Aclie, from 71 Atwell's Ay. to 
Cedar, Ward 4. 
Atwell's Av. 
Mountain 
Jones 
Cedar 
Admiral, from Charles, at 
R. R. crossing, to city line, 
Ward 10. 
Charles 
Oriental 
2S Whipple 
70 Chad Brown 
Mo wry 
166 Newcomb 
187 Tappan 
195 Hawkins 
202 205 Douglas Av. 
220 Veto 
224 Grape 
Eva 
River Av. 
Crandall 
Seaman 
Swan Av. 
City hue 

Africa, from America to 
Teftt.WardT. 



A!ti»i*tHn*k, from 

Fen-., r Av.WardO. 
(i Faith 
(I David 
o Frankfort 
Fenuer Yv. 
Alaska, from Charles to 

Langdon.WardlO. 
Albion, from Monterey to 

the It. K., Ward 10. 
AlHro, from ITOAtwell's Av. 

to rear 112 Federal, Ward 7. 
Altliii* , fr.Chalkstor.e Ave., 

Ward li>. 
Al«lrt«*li, from HPJEddyto 
826 Broad, Ward 'J. 
Eddy 
Plain 
Broad 
Aleppo, fr. opp. llOManton 

Av. westerly, Ward 1'). 
Alicaiit, from 276 Douglas 

Av. to Grape, Ward 10. 
Alice, from Oakiands Ave., 

Ward 10. 
Allen's A v. from ,°,4 Ciary 

to Corliss Cove, Wards 5, 9. 

Allen'* Italic, from 107 

Canal to 2;J4 N. Main, W'd 2. 

Allston, from -U Harold to 

Robin, Ward 10. 
Almira Ave. from Akline, 
westerly, Ward 10. 

A liny, fr. 741 High to Gesler, 
Wards 7, S. 
3 High 
opp. 11 Sloeum 
u0 27 Meader 
opp. 39 Speneer 
Broadway 
61. Grove 
71 Ring 
90 91 Penh 
o Tell 
Gesler 

Alm.v's Lane, fr. 09 Canal 
tO-84 North Main, Ward 2 

Aloe, from Plain to Broad, 
Ward 9. 

Alplionso, from opposite 71 
Rhodes to Janes, Ward 9. 

Alt hen, from 378 Cranston 
to Lou.,- Pond, "W aid 9. 

Ambrose, from Kane to 
Ashhurtnt,, Ward 10. 

Ameiiea, from 1'.'.) Broad- 
way to opposite 249 AtweU'a 
Av., Ward 7 
Broadway 
3 Kenyon 
11 Europe 



STREET DIRECTORY 

Faith to 



26 Asia 

A fries 
60 Audi's Av. 
A ii»e*», from oil Atweli's Av., 

Ward 7. 
A uiliciHt, from Valley to 
23? Mantoii Av.. Ward 10. 
Valley 
Cutler 
U Bowdoin 
Putnam 
Julian 

OFope 
Florence 

Joslin 
Coville 
II vat 
115 Handy 
127 Hannah 
128 Stecre A v. 

140 141 Steuben 
157 laivauuhn 
167 Erastua 
0169 Manton Av. 
Amity* fr. is Academy Av. 
to Pci'ubcrtou, Ward 10. 

Anion, iron) .".2 North Main 

to 1'4 Canal, Ward 1 
Am*«ier<!:ts;i, from llandv 

U) i: Steuben, Ward 10. 

A my, from 133 Ives to Gano, 
Ward 3. 

Andrew, from PJ1 Broad- 
way to opp. 7 Grove, Ward 7 

Andrews Av. from Jasper 
toBateheller Av., Ward 10. 

Aiifft'll, from l'.»9 Benefit to 
Seekottk River, Ward 2. 
2 Benefit 
12 Con-don 
21 Anuvii Court 
33 Prospect 
46 4:5 Brow n 
69 Thayer 
Thorndike 
90 88 Brook 
96 Cabot 
10S Hope 
128 Norton Court 
opp. 130 Cooke 

Governor 
157 Ives 
opp. 1<!9 Arlington A v. 

181 Gano 
opp. 181 Taber Av. 
196 Elm Grove Av. 

Wayiand 
214 W JS Viand A v. 

South AugeU 
250 Butl< r A v. 
- 274 Hamilton Av. 
o K. I. A. 
il!:-,kvu,if Av. 

Seekouk Kiver 



BTBEXT DIBECTOBY. 



AiikcII Court, from 21 

AiiRcll to opp. 12 Consrdon, 
Ward 2. 
Ancle, from 64 Pond, W'd C. 

Aim, from 389 Wickcnden to 

124 India, Ward 3. 
Ann Miirv. i'r. Paw tucket 

Av. to Powell, Ward l'». 
Anthony, from 00 Federal 
to opp. 7 Mountain. Ward 4. 
Federal 
OAtwell'aAv. 
Mountain 
Anthony Av. from Jack- 
yon Av. to rear 4'jd Cranston, 
Ward 9. 
(t Jackson Av. 
IS Homestead Av. 
21 Noves Av. 
! 34 Peuree Av. 

40 Wheato'n Av. 
5o Cranston 
Apuleton, from opposite 31 
Deiainc to 33 Julian, Ward 10. 
Delaine 
24 ^ Chaffee 

37 Bowdoin 
46 Benton 
57 Putnam 
Julian 
A'c:ule Street., from 10.5 
Westminster to 3S Exchange 
place, Ward 4. 
Arch, from 11 Greenwich to 
lOGilmore, Ward 8 
Greenwich 

10 Junction 
Gilmore 
Arsrol, far. Ledge, northerly, 
Ward 10. 

Arlington Ave. from op- 
posite m Angell to Olney, 
Wards 1, 2. 

An -ell 

Humboldt Av. 
Irving A v. 

Hart Av. 

President Av. 
' Laurel Av. 
Olney 

^itlft? 8 ^ 011 C»urt, from 
lo'J Doyle Ave, Ward 1. 

Arming ton Ave. from 38 
Academy Av., Ward 10. 

A iiw' old » from 3W benefit to 
■sU Governor, War'' 3 

Benefit 
0p 10 Mohawk Alley 
■ *! M Church's Lane 

■ «b rhaver 
*' 44 brook 

Hope 
M SO Dove 
91 East 

Governor 



Ar««'ii:ii Lane, from BO 
North Main to 1$6 Benefit, 

A«h, fioni54Stanifurd, W'dO. 

A«kl»urton, from 29 Martin 

to rear of Admiral, n. Mo wry, 

WanN 1. in. 

2 Martin 
opp. 2 Trcii 



20 



Webster 



G7 R. li. crossing 

Ambrose 

Borva 

Oriental 

Whipple 
Fillmore 
Chad Brown 

A ali ton, from Silver Spring 

to Carver, Ward 10. 

Aftill, fr. Tetft to 81 Vinton. 
Ward 7. 
Tefft 
America 
Sutton 
Vinton 

^i?*.? 1 "' t rom °W- ;i5 Jew ett to 

Vailey, Ward li). 

Atlantic, from TOO Broad to 
opposite 311 Reservoir Av. 
Ward 9. 
Broad 
Niagara 
Hamilton 
Melrose 
Li in wood Av. 
Reservoir Av. 
Atwell's Ave. fr.39 Aborn 
to 2Ua Amnion Av., Wards 4, 

V ' Aborn 
12 Dye 
22 7 Hicks 
4G 4.5 Bourn 
.53 Tower 
60 G3 Merrill 
70 69 Cory 
71 Adie 
76 Barclay 
8G Bradford 
04 91 Newton 
102 101 Anthony 
112 111 Bond 
124 Solar 
136 143 Dean 
14S Barker 
100 Weeden 
170 Albro 
180 Messenger 
186 ^ Falls Place 
1S7 Cheve's Place 
l'.t'J Kutaw 
206 211 Tefft 
220 Grout 
-4.1 Acorn 
opp. 249 America 



6TRFET P1BECTOBY. 



306 



2X1 Murphj 



2X9 MoAVOV 

301 * 



311 



l'< 



,>ert 



310 Piedmont 
.*jo licpubiican 

329 Dale 
352 Knight 
Ridge 
Barney 
38D Eagle 
Harris Av. 
4C.J Valley 
402 Cutler 
o Bowdoin 
opp. 510 Academy Av. 
618 Tut nam 
552 Covilic 
. r ».sl) Hun null 

.502 Steuben 
Lavaughn 



(J 1 2 



Era 



623 Le 
Goodhue 
GTjH Man ton A v. 
A ml rev, fr. Delaine to opp. 

8 Bowdoin, Ward 10. 
A.ergustti», from River Av., 
above Admiral, to Seaman, 
Ward Hi. 

Aurora, from River Av. to 
15 Harold, Ward 10. 

Austin, from opposite 273 
Public to 107 Potter's Ave., 
Ward 9. 

Public 



: 



illivan 



Potter's Av. 
Aiitmuii, from 970 Eddy to 

opp. 309 Plain, Ward 0. 
15 Street, from 134 Cranston 
to 30 Central, Wards 6,8. 
Cranston 
Lester . 
5 Livermore 
7 8 Park is A v. 
11 12 Ti-hiiuan 
17 18 Booth 
Central 
Babcoek, from Broad to 
Columbia Av.. Ward 0. 

Backi from 10 Charles to 10 
Onus, Ward t. 
Charlea 
68 Fli'tcher 
0105 Onus 
Bacon, from 611 X. Main to 
:;o Camp. Ward 1. 



l.i 



ott 



liailev, fnimGOIIanlcnberg 
to Uouglaa A\^., \\ ard 10. 



linker, from 848 Broad to 
12»KJ Eddy, Ward 0. 
o broad 
Porter 

Plain 
Eddy 
linker Ave., from High, 
opp. Sycumore to 2'jL' Broad- 
way, Ward 8. 
JSstlcli, from Pacific Av. to 
Feituer Av., Ward 9. 
U Pacific Av. 
Jackson Av. 
6 Faith 
David 
Frankfort 
FeunerAv. 
Barclay, from 0'.' Broadway 
to 78 At well's A v., Ward 4. 
Broadway 
Federal 
25 At we it's Av. 
Bark, from :,-> Mill to 23 

Stevens, Ward 1. 



Barker, fn 

Av. to U7 Fe< I 

BarkerN ^ourt, from 9 

Federal, Ward 7. 
Barnahv, from Pacific Av 
to Faith, Ward 9. 
Pacific Av. 
Jackson Av. 
o Faith 
Barnes, from 1 
to Hope, Ward I. 
Prospect 
20 Brown 
Hope v 
Barney, from Vtwell's Av. 
n. the lC.ll.to Cedar, Ward 7. 
At A.il's Av. 
Dale 
Ce.hir 
B;ure, between Rid- 
Fiswuld, Ward 8. 

Barstow, from 

Bowdoin, Ward JO 
Barton, from 839 High to 

*J70 Broadway, Ward 3. 
Barton Court, from 2x 

Barton, Ward s. 

BaMMelt, fr. 74 Ship to opp. 
146 Elm. Ward 5. 
Ship 
Chestnut 
18 Hospital 
29 Claverick 



14S Atwell'a 
Ward?. 



i Prospect 



i aud 



alley to 



40 



opp 



But! 

: i! 



•ppin 

m 
Ea»Net£ Lane, from 483 
Hijrh to2C2 Wash., Ward 7. 



00 F.1 

Ba 



f 



STREET DIRFXTOliY. 



Bate heller Ave. from 

Smithtield Avenue to Argol, 
Ward U). 
Bate**, from Riley to 14 

Mallctt, Ward 1. 
Bath, from Orma to opposite 
93 Chaikstone Av., Ward 10. 
IB at lev, from 451 High to 
128 Broadway. Ward 7. 
3 High 
10 Washington 
24 Fountain 
30 ,'55 Carpenter 
50 40 Vernon 
Broadway 
, Baxter, from 120 Potter's 
Av. to opposite 170 Oxford, 
Ward 0. 
Potter's Av. 
' 13 .Short 
Sayles 
Collamer- 
Oxford 
Bay, from Allen's Av. to op- 
posite 80;; Frldy, Ward 9. 
Allen's Av. 
Ciiiura 
Eddy 

Beach, from 16 Park to Hol- 

den, Ward 1. 
Beacon, from 330 Broad to 
Pearl, Wards 5, 6. 

Broad 
SO 29 Pine 
49 Friendship 

69 Maple 
Point 
106111 Frank ' 
146 143 Lockwood 
Pearl 
Beacon Ave. from Grotto 
Av. to Irving Av., Ward 1. 
Grotto Av. 
Glen Av. 
President Av. 
Cbanning Av. 
Irving Av. 
Beaufort, from Academy 
Av. t„ Blount Pleasant Av., 
W ard 10. 

Beck with, from junction 
1 acifie Av. and PieasantView 
Av. to Faith, Ward 9. 

Pleasant View Av. 

Pacific Av. 

Jackson Av. 

Faith 

J \? ot , 1 * v » fr - K °Ser, westerly, 
VI ard 10. J 

'^'IKV,? 11 *' fn 77 Carpenter 
to 10 Oliver place, Ward 7. 
y Carpenter 
9 West 
Oliver place 



Bell, from 247 Broadway to 
Ilairis Av., Ward 8. 

Bellevue Ave. from 354 
Cranston to Long Pond, 
Wards 8, 5. 

Belmont Vvc. from 1!« 
Academy Av. to Claremont 

A v., Ward 10. 

Bendeateer, from opp. 2tJ 
Evand to Ambrose, Ward 10. 

Benefit, from 457 No. Maui 

to India. Wards I, 2. 3 

4 North Alain 
20 Short Alley 
27 NaJsry 

43 jTenckcf 
56 Star 
Hs Church 
102 Howland 
109 110 Bowen 
122 Cadv 
144 North Court 
15'> 156 South Court 
Giro Meeting 
186 Arsenal Lane 
188 Thomas 
199 Angell 
210 Waterman 
5*10 College 
202 Hopkins 
opp. 270 George 
opp. 290 Benevolent 
287 Charles Field 
320 Planet 
336 Power 
857 362 Williams 
389 John 

392 James 
395 Arnold 
409 406 Transit 
433 Sheldon 
445 Wickcnden 
408 Pike 
490 Shamrock 
India 
Benevolent, from oppo- 
site 290 Benefit to opp. 135 
Governor, Wards 2, 3. 
2 o Benefit 
opp. 9 Magea jG 

26 17 Brown 
od 59 Thayer 
S3 Brook 
98 Hope 
HO Cooke 
Governor 
Benton, from 33 Capron to 

46 Appfeton, Ward 10. 
Bergen, from ChaTkstone 

Av. to Ceylon, Ward 10. 
Berkley, from Harold to 
Robin, Ward 10. 

Berlin, fr. Chaikstone A v. 

to opp. 10 Ceylon, Ward 10. 1 







j 54 BTBEET UIBECTOBY. 


j Bcrimnl, from Columbia 


11 Mountain 


Av. to Call u. Ward 9 


Spruce 


IS cm «n, fr. opp. 43 Douglas 
Av., to 00 Cbalkstouc Ave., 

Ward 10. 


Joitei 

Cedar 
ItiMtt h, from 20 A to rear of 




26 I>, WardC. 


j Be*Hie, from Oaklands Av., 


() v 


Ward 10. 


I) 13 


Beverly, fr.87 WasMngton 


n o c 


! to rear L«; Siihii.. Wurd 4. 


1) 


Washington 


llorden, from ~>:>z Eddy to 


i 7 Martha 


im Plain, Wurd 5. 


i Fountain 


:; Eddy 


1 Sfcbin 


23 Hospital 


J'iniH-y, from Faith to Fen- 
ner Av,, Ward 9. 


4.") Clay 


64 <ll Mary 
90 id Plain 
Rorva, from Charles to 81 


Bird) from 45 Ives to Gano, 


Ward 3. 


Webster, Ward 1U. 


| Bixhop, from 38 Willard to 


Cliarles 


232 Plain, Ward 'J. 


A s- li burton 


1 Black, from 48 Martin to 43 


Pomroy 


Onus, Ward 1. 


32 Oregon 


Martin 


72 Webster 


! IIawc3 


Bou^h, from 1026 High to 27 


j U Onus 


Dike, Ward 8. 


i Black Hfone, from Allen's 


Bourl>on, from Taylor to 


j Av. to Prairie Av., Ward 'J, 


100 Greenwich, Ward i). 


Allen's Av. 


Taylor 


82 Eddy 


20 liroad 


i Culver 


Greenwich 


i S3 Plain 


Bourn, from 39 Broadwav 


Stamford 


to 07 Aborn, Ward 4. 


! Gay 


Broadway 


Prairie Av, 


(i Atwell's Av. 


• iJTlaek stone Ave. from 


33 Aborn 


| South Angell to Glen Av., 


Bowdoin, from 37 Appleton 


Wards 1, 2. 


to Atwell's Av., Ward 10. 


1 South An pell 


4 Appleton 


Hamilton Av. 


opp. 8 Audrey 


Angell 


32 Kossuth 


Oriole Av. 


80 Amherst 


Rhode Island Av. 


liar stow 


! . Brookside Av. 


Atwell's Av. 


i Irving A v. 

j Glen'Av. 


IS o we ii, from 150 Canal to 


Hope, Ward 2. 


j Bin fee's Court, from 9 


Canal 


. Waterman, Ward 2. 


North Main 


Blun", from Aurora to Pres- 


Benefit 


eott, Ward 10. 


Pratt 


'. Blun dell, from G6Thurber's 


40 Whcaton 


Av. to 40 Pavilion Avenue, 


58 Congdon 


i Ward 9. 


Prospect 


j Jfiocmnn, fr. opp. 248 Tlain 


Old Thayer 

(1 Brook 


i to 1S»» Prairie Av., Ward 9, 

o Plain 

Stamford 
; Hilton 


Hope 


Bower, fr. I Governor, east- 


erly to the water. Ward :>. 


; (i Milk 


Bradford, from 75 Broad- 


o Prairie A v. 


wnv to W. Exchange. W'd 4. 


Rolander, from Abbott to 


3 Broadway 

(l Federal 
28 1) Atwell's Av. 


. .33 Grand View, Ward 1. 


B«»»d, from 79 Federal to 53 


00 Mountain 


Cedar, Ward 4. 


i) 43 Jones 


i) « Federal 

At wells Av. 


45 Cedar 


o West Exchange 





1 




BTELKT I) 


BKUTOICY. 55 




Brun«h A.ve. from Sexton 


Ifi'ijslitwtr, from opposite £» 




to Douglas Avenue, Wards 


\ iiiton tr>4.'iCoitrtIauu t W'd7. 




1, 10. 


U 1 Vinton 




Sexton 


o Knight 




24 Thurber's Lane 


Courtland 




op]). 75 Muutcrey 


Rron«l. from M Dorrance to 




88 87 West River 


Cranston line, Wards 4, 5, ti, 




103 Merchant 


8. 9. 




112 Sliver Spring 


112 109 Dorrance 




U Metealf 
1 120 129 f iora 


128 131 Eddy 
153 Union 




Chatham 


1G4 Potter 




Parley 


109 Ciemence 




Commodore 

Luna 


172 Page 

181. Muthewson 




Duffcy 


190 Rii Utnond 




102 Touro 
170 Charles 


217 Snow 
218 Abbott Park Place 




191 109 Hawkins 


207 High 




227 Oppcr 


202 Chestnut 




Langdon 

Woodward Road 


2S7 Scarborough Lane 
29S Claverick 




Veazic 
Midden * 


305 Wiuslow Place 
G01 F< ster 




Douglas Av. 


310 Byron 




Bratlle, from 58 Dahlia to 


321 lenner 
336 Beacon 
338 Clarke's Court 

337 Ilovle 
340 SeeWl 
.".02 357 Stewart 




355 Potter's Av., Ward 9. 
Dahlia 




Lilac 

Jessamine 




Totters Ave. 






384 381 Summer 




ISrnytoti Av<*. fir. junc- 


394395 Spring 




tion Bean and Atwell's Av. 


402 Dexter Av. 




to Harris Av., Ward 4. 


414 Lo.-kuood 




At well's Av. 


41.°. Winter 




Dean 


430429 Tear I 




Spruce 


450 Portland 




Cedar 


400 Somerset 




Aborn 


409 Major 




We.4 Exchange 


475 Bridgham 




Harris Av. 


Trinity Square 




J5ri«l«;e, fr. HI Wiekenden 


475 Green u ieii 
470 Linden 




to 390 South Main, Ward 3. 


484 Mvrtle 




Wickenden 


500 Pine 




13 Earthing 


510 Friendship 




South Main 


515 West Friendship 




I3t*i«)!> h:tiu, from 475 Broad, 


524 Dora 




junction Greenwich, to 149 


527 Parkis Av. 




Carpenter, Wards 7,8. 


541 Lawrence 




2 o Greenwich 


Opp.541 Harvard Av 




23 Central 


Woslevan Av. 




28 Junction 


555 Bourbon 




70 Kendall 


507 Plentv 




88 87 Lester 


508 Clinton 




10*1 99 Cranston 


§82 Pence 
opp. 586 Whitmarsh 




110 Durlee 




1 132 Division 


595 Henry 




! 150 Gilbert 


U .Moore 




168167 High 


Public 




191 Carpenter 


o i;.;- 
Buckley 




Jlrijrirs, from 051 Eddy to 100 


o Potter's Av. 




Ocean, Ward 9. 


Laura 




Eddy 


. Short 




9 Pkm 


Mitchell 




Ocean 


600 Sayles 






— 









50 81 ki:i.t I> 


■BOTOBY. 


Broad Street— CwUinucd. 


104 1(15 Vinton 


6GS Congress 


lb4 IK3 Knight 




o CVIamer 


191 Andrew 




677 Ontario 


2u0 199 Cmirtland 




680 Oxford 


211 Marshall 




Lexington 


2*24 221 Almy 




Fruit 


UK) llarkncss 




709 Atlantic 


2411 243 Tobcy 




opp. 709 Gallup 


2.".2 Baker Ave. 




opp.718 Acit-laiUe Av. 


217 Bell 


' 


718 Colfax 


270 Barton 




Pacific 


2*0 Howard 




T burner's Av. 


290 Perry 




735 Irving 


295 Railroad crossing 




ftiekardson 


295 Harris Av. 




Gallatin 


301 Valley 




Kelly 


High 




Sackett 
7& r > Farley 


II rook, from 94 India to 83 




Angell, and from Meeting to 




795 Sas>si'ras 
797 Campbell 


Hope, Wards 2, 3. 
1 India 




Pavilion Av. 
808 Prairie Av. 

By field 

Kaihoad crossing 


33 SI i am rock 




Front 
opp. 02 Coles 
78 Pike 
8* 87 Wickenden 




826 Aldrich 

Cass 




100 99 Sheldon 




Porter 


113 Transit 




348 Baker 
Aloe 

875 Columbia Av. 
Chapman 


Oil*) Arnold 




140 John 
Williams 




Power 




Spieer 

York 
869 Fisk 


-190 Charles Field 
Benevolent 
George 

Manning 




Via in 
Broom 
Babcock 

Calla _ 
Carr * 




250 Waterman 




Prospect Alley 
Augell 




Staples 
Pay ton 


Jlrook«i<!<* Ave. from • 




Hawthorne Av. to Blackstone 




Fourth 


Avenue, Ward 2. 




1 Fifth 


Hawthorne Av. 




Sixth 


Woodbine Av. 




| i;,Mv 


Blackstone Av. 




. Babcock 


ISroom, fr. Eddy to Broad. 




Cranston line 


junction Plain, Ward 9. 




I ftriiail%vn v, fr. 31 A born, 


Brawn, from Cfi Power to j 


1 


June. Fountain to 1015 High, 


Olive, also from Lloyd to 97 




Wards -1, 7,.s. 


Olnev, Wards 1,2. ' 




13 Aboru 


Power 




Fountain 


10 13 Charbs Field 




14 13 Sabin 


25 Benevolent 




17 I>v« 


35 George 




23 IFuks 


Waterman 




39 Bwurn 


71 Prospect Alley 




! 32 41 Federal 


74 77 Angell 




1 43 Tow*r 


Olive 




5S Shepard 


Lloyd 


. 


69 Barclay 


Keenc 


1 


75 Bradford 


Barnes 




■ Q K5 I), an 


o Creighton 




'•'S 97 Ringgold 


Halsey 




WN in: Ha) las 


Hidden 




l.'> Batft'V 


II Olney 




139 America 


Jtrownt'll. from C.6 Park to 




1.".; Sutton 




Sbiden, Ward I. 





Bryant* from Ailston to 

Regent, Ward 10. 
Buckley, from 2G3 Plaiu to 

630 Broad, Ward 9. 
Bucklin, from Peace to 
Earl, Ward 9. 
Pence 

Wlrtniarsh 
Henry 

Moore 
Daboll 

Mawney 

Burnett 

Oakland 

Potter'i A v. 

Hawthorne 

I) Carter 

Earl 
Bullion, from 107 So. Main 

to 69 South Water, Ward 3. 
Burgess, from 470 High to 

51 Cranston, Ward 7. 
Burke, from 202 W. River 

to Erin, Ward 10. 
Burlington, from East 
Av., above North, to Lorimer 
A v., Ward 10. 
Burnett, fr. opp. 294 Public 
toLinwood Av., Ward 9. 
Public 
Greenwich 
Bticklin 
Linwood Av. 
Burnside, from opp. 1-7 
Public to 145 Thurber's Av., 
W ard 9. . ' 

Public 

52 Potter's Av. 
*2 81 Savles 

102 103 Oxford 
132131 Gallup 

J> Colfax 

0155 Thurber's Av. 

15 "J™*** r^.-me, easterly fr. 

iioNorth Main, Ward 1. 
ISurrill, from .5 High to 292 

Westminster, Ward 4. 
OHigh 
§ Chapel 
Westminster 
ISurrin&rton, from Crorker 
Ave. to Fenner A v., Ward 9 
Crocker Ave. - 
24 (Tnioi, Av. 
opp. 35 Pleasant View Av. 

52 Hamburg A v. 
opp. 07 Pacific av. 
Jackson Av. 
Faith 
g David 
J Frankfort 
Fenner Av. 

1 \?Tf»\ J rom °PP- 2GR Charles 
to H<» West River, Ward JO. 



BTBEKT DIBBOTOBY. 



KmmIi, from 193 Martin to 

Oregon, Ward 10. 
O .Martin 
4 Dinfy Court 

27 l),m 
U Denmark 
Oregon 

Butler, from 141 South to 4<i 
Bssgett, Ward 5. 
South 

i:im 

Bassett 

Butler Avr. from Pitman 
to North, Wards I 2 
u Pitman 
Manning 

Waterman 
Douglass 
South Angell 

Khodo Island Av. 
Angell 

Oriole Av. 
Orchard A v. 
Hawthorne Av. 
Woodbine A v. 
Irving Av. 
HartAv. 
President Av. 
Penrose Av. 
Margrave Av. 
Laurel Av. 
Glen Av. 
Upton Av. 
Lincoln Av. 
Clarendon Av. 
Mount Av. 
Vernon Av. 
North 





Butler's Yard, fr. Riley 

Bt. Ward 1. 

Byfielrt, from Eddy, across 
Brood, Ward 9. 

Eddy 
Plain 
6 Broad 

Byron, from 316 Brood to 
289 Pine, Ward 5. 

C Street, from 154 Cranston 

to 53 Central, Ward 8. 

Cranston 

Hester 
11 Eivcrmore 
15 Park is 

2N Tighlman 
23 Booth 

47 Central 



<?nbot 

Meet in 

« 



to 



'actus, from Columbia Av. 
to Caila, Ward 9. 

Columbia Av. 

0. Fisk 

Habcock 

Calls 



sntr.r.T imukctoky. 



GadVi from 144 Canal to l-'2 
Benefit, Word 2. 
Canal 

North Main 
Benefit 
Calais, from 58 Jewett to 
Edith, Ward 10. 
21 Okie 
Cnlrier. fir. 8W Potter's Av 

to the Railroad, Ward 9. 
Calen«U»r, t'r. ")7 Fountain, 

crosses at 17 Sal/m, Ward 4. 
Calif'oruh;, from l'otter's 

Av. to Fruit, Ward D. 
Calla, from 120.1 Eddy to 
Cranston line. Ward 9. 



Cai«m, fir. Helen to Lefaigl 


Wa 


rd 9. 


Camp, from 102 Olney t 


No 


th. Ward I. 





Gluey - 




9 Carrington Av. 


14 


Mallett 


22 


19 Lippitt 




27 Howell 


30 


Bacon 





Doyle A v. 


54 


Earle's Lane 




53 Pleasant 


70 


Jenkins 




75 Loo. nst 


78 


Gardner 





Duncan Av. 


92 


91 Cypress 




Larch 





Abbott 




Forest 


128 


Grand View 



North 
Campbell, from 797 Broad, 

Ward 9. 
Canal, from 1 Market Square- 
to 21 Smith, Wards 1,2. 
I .Market Square 
24 Amos 
37 Linard 
49 Friend 
65 Steeple 
69 Ainu's Lane 
7S Elizabeth 
89 Throop 
96 Ives Lane 
105 Meeting 
US 1 lay market 
123 North Curt 
12." Canal A v. 
1 35 Otis 
lit Cady 
150 Bo wen 
opp. ion u. K. grossing street 
!«7 Allen's Lane' 
L78 Church 
l •" Ltunb 
02 •<; Siuitli 



Canal Avr. IVmi 106 North 
Man. to 125 Canal, Wards. 

4 aiidare, from opposite '-'■'■ 
Smith, junction (Jims to 126 
Douglas A v., Ward 10. 
Smith 

19 (ioddard 



23 ] 



dii 



B0 27 Bornon 

36 Wayne 

Chalkstone Av. 

o o Douglas Ave. 

Canton, fr. Chalkstone Av. 
to Ceylon, Ward 10. 

('apron, from "8 Chaffee to 
17 Julian, Ward 10. 
o Chefiec 

33 Be i.t on 
Julian 

Cap well, fr. 92 W. River to 
15 Powder Mill Lane, Wd 10. 

Catrjgill, from 71 Carncnterto 
303 Fountain, Ward 7. 
2 Carpenter 
5 . West 
Fountain 

Carleton, from Roanoke to 
Yale Av., Ward 10. 

C:»inae, from Marietta to 
Gi lien, Ward 10. 

Caroline, from Pawtucket 
Av. to Nashua, Ward Kl. 



Carpenter** Yard, rear 

553 North Main, Ward 1. 
Carr, from Broad to Cranston 
line, Ward 9. 
Broad 
o Hancock 
Columbia Av. 
Cair riit;; ton Ave., from 
9 Camp to East Av.. Ward 1. 



Car 


|M 


liter, from 


IS Fed- 


era 


to 


opposite 20 Marshall, 


Wa 


rds 


4.7. 




1 


Federal 









Jackson 




13 




Lime 




23 




Lemon 






28 


Shcpard 




47 


52 


Dean 




71 




Cargill 






72 


Ringgold 




77 




Belknap 






8( ; 


Pallas 




101 104 


Battey 






.;•_' 


■\ inton 




133 


Fountain 




131 130 Knight 




149 




Bridghara 






170 


Grant 




195 


170 


Courtland 




191 192 


Marshall 





BTBEKT DIBECTOKY. 



Cm-roll, from 120 Smith to 

124 Orms, Wards 1, 10. 
U Smith 

20 Common 

52 53 Orms 
Carter, from 2.",:) Greenwich 

to the railroad, Ward 9. 
Greenwich 

22 Bucldin 
opp. 34 Vineyard 
Ca«e, from Former Avenue, 

easterly, Ward 9. 

Cass fr. 1145 Eddy to Broad, 
Ward 9. 
Eddy 
Plain 
Broad 
Cntholic, from 32 Fillmore, 

Ward 10. 
Cstxton, from Veazie, near 

Branch Av.,-Ward 10. 
Cedsir, from 93 Aborn to 
Barney, Wards 4, 7. 
Aborn 
Adie 
Bradford 
Bond 
Bravton Av. 
Dean 
10 9 Kutaw 
25 Tell't 
opp. 39 Crout 
54 53 Acorn 
Murphy 
Sutton 
McAvoy 
Barney 
Cemetery, from Pawtuoket 
Avenue to Smithfield Avenue, 
Ward 10. 
Cent, ir. 61 Wiekenden to S. 
Water, opp. Point-st. Bridge, 
Ward 3. 
Centennial Court, from 

24 Barton, Ward 8. 
Central, fmm41 Pearl to 108 
Bridgham, Wards 0, S. 
Pearl 
34 Major 
39 B 
53 C 
55 Bridgham 
Ceres, from 306 Douglas Av. 

to Grape, Ward 10. 
Ceylon, from Canton to 

90 Harold, Ward 10. 
Chace, fr. 24 Jenkins, Wd 1. 
Chute Ave., fr. Pavrtucket 

Av. to Fast Av., Ward 10. 
Cluue's Place, from 13 
Jenkins to 719 North Main, 
Ward 1. 



Chad Brawn, fr. 70 Ad- 
miral to Oakland! Av.,\Vd. Jo. 

Clmflee, from ':'> Manton Av. 
to 24 Appleton, Ward 10. 

<» M ant- in Av. 
38 37 C it pron 
63 01 AppW-ton 

Chnlkatnne Ave. from 

08 iMuglns Av., junc. Murtin 
to Ifantuti Village, Ward 10. 
Uouglas Av. 

29 Crimea 
40 37 Candace 
03 Pekin 
79 llurdenburg 
37 Smith 
CO Bernon 
opp. 03 Bath 
J 02 Violet 
Zone 

BliprjrleS 

Frederic 
Mason 

Oaklands A v. 
Pern 

River Av. 

Harold 
Bergen 
(ieneva 
Berlin 
Canton 

Tiffany 

Fallon At. 
Hunter 
Academy A v. 

Dagon 

Clematis • 

Lawn 

Kowan 

Kimball 
Ciaremont Av. 
Mount Pleasant Av. 

Chamben, from 338 Pot- 
ter's Avenue to the railroad. 
Ward 9. 

Chilian in g Ave. fr. Grotto 
Av. to Beacon Av., Ward 1. 

Chapel, fr. 8 Mathewson to 
8BurriIl, Ward 4. 

Mathewson 

10 Snow 
opp. 25 Aborn 

40 Burrill 

Chit-pin Ave. from Parade. 
n. Cranston, to Messer,W d 8. 
Parade 

53 Svcamore 
Mcsaej 



Chapman, from Eddy 

Bread, Ward 9. 

Eddy 

Plain 

Broad 



to 



m 



■T&JUCT IHBVOTOKY. 



Churl*-*, from 36 Smith to 
city hue, Wards I, 10. 

1 Smith 
10 Back 
47 Mill 
90 Onus 
131 Stevens 
1.53 Randall 
J 58 Hawes 
102 Martin 
190 Tremont 
101 Nichols " 
207 Pettis 
209 West River 
op p. 2CC Burt 

Railroad crossing 
Charles Field, fro;n 2S7 
Benefit to Hope, Wards 2, 3. 
Benefit 
25 Brown 
Thaver 
65 Brook 
Hope 

Charlotte Hope, across 
lingiey, Ward 7. 

Chatham, fr. Silver Sorinc 

to Aorthup A v., Ward 10. " 
Chaucer, from Carleton to 
Mount Pleasant Av., W'd JO. 
Cherry, from 34 Davis to 9 
Jefferson, Ward 1 
Davis 
A 10 Mulberry 
20 Jefferson 

Ch ,*\T t,l V t * from 2G2 Broad 
to Manchester, Ward 5 
2 1 Broad 
. 21 Gould's Lane 
<>■* o3 Bine 
44 49 Friondship 
W 03 Clifford 
66 Ship 
82 83 Bassett 
96 97 Elbow 

HO 0Blm man,8Lane 

J30 South 

J« Point 

9 Manchester 

e 4BSJik 1 SBif ««>»• 

Canal 

North Main 

Benefit 

C u ? m Ch 'l *■««*• from 01 
Williams to 25 Arnold, Wd. 3. 

< Wu , ru l iH. fr0,U S " lith t0 Ville ' 

Cluremout Av. fr. Chalk- 

"tone Av toRuttuoke.W™* 



Clstreiitiou Ivo. tr. Cole 

Av. to Grotto Av., Ward |. 

Q Culc Av. 

Slater At. 
Butler Av. 

Grotto A v. 

C 7 a V'h*> ,r " m ThuTher , i Av. 
toOlD-l^trud, WardO. 
Thurbcr's Av 
10 Towner 
9 Hylestead 
V }: lvl% ,\\* <«»«•« t, tmmm 

Broad, \\ u;d (;. 

< t 1 :*->T.V. , " i ** l£ * / r ""> -'»^ Croud 

to .J0Bu.sM.ir, Ward j. 
o Broad 

ll 2 ~ G.°uM'b Lane 

20 I'me 
Friendship 
Uiittbrd 
53 54 Bassett 
Clay, from 19 Lockwood to 
opp.81 Crarv, Ward 5 
Dock wood 
o Borden 
Crary 

C i^" M u^i 74:VIartint0 

Martin 
Kane 
Orma 

C 5 e "S 8 ' ft®™ Chalkstone 

Av. to Glover, Ward 10. 

C to e ?n,f^«Nv i ' 0m . I69Bro «l 

to l-onnt;un, Ward 4. 

3 Broad 
Westminster 
37 Hnppv 
44 45 Comfort 
Washington 
67 Worcester 
76 Fountain 
Cleveland, fr.ValIex.ncar 
Wardl0^ OCOI11OtiVe W ° rks ' 
ClirToid, fr. ls-i Dy.r.uine 

Orange to 24 Plain, Wrd 5. 

9 Dyer 

1 Gran ere 
Dorrance 

43 Eddy 
68 Page 

Dexter Court 
Richmond 
Ship 
pl2!) Chestnut 
102 101 Ciaverick 
206205 Plain 

C w™.?^ f \" m Gr * U) *» 

Broad, \\ ard 9. 

Gay 
88 Hilton 

Prairie Av. 



20 



130 







T; 



Broad 



8TKKET DIBKCTOBY. 01 




Cloud, from Lucy, crossing 


Commodore, from Branch 




Unit and Roger, Ward 0». 


Av., near Charles to Si.ver 




Cloiijrli. from Roger, west- 


Spring, Ward 10. 




erly, Ward 10. 


Common, from 50 Davis f) 




Clvm, from Douglas Av. to 


131 Smith, Ward* 1, lu. 




Admiral, Ward 10. 


(I Davis 




Coliden, t'r. Sackettto Roger 
William* Av., Ward 'J. 


2U Mulberry 




::o Jcticraon 

40 Carroll 
4S Washburn 




Codding, from 538 High to 




101 Cranston, Wards 7, 8i 


50 Smith 




Coin, from 5209 So. .Main to 88 
South Water, Ward 3. 


Comstoek, from Cemetery 
to Collyer, Ward 10. 




Cole, from Prairie Avenue to 


—at 




Joy, Ward 0. 


Comiiiieiit, from East Av. 




to Lorimer Av., Ward 10. 




Cole Ave. from Irving Av. 






to Oliiey, Ward 1. 
o Irving Av. 


Concord, from Cemetery to 




Matilda, Ward 10. 




Hart Av. 






President Av. 


Conduit, from I2Seekcllto 




Kverett Av. 


80 Summer, Ward 0. 




Rdgwood Av. 


Seekell 




Margrave Av. 


Stewart 




Laurel Av 


42 41 Summer 




Glen Av. 


Conedon, from 12 Angell to 




Upton Av. 


Hidden, Ward 2. 




Lincoln Av. 


2 1 Angel] 




Clarendon Av. 


opp. 12 Angel] Court 




Mount Av. 


30 Meeting 




Olney 


34 South Court 




Coie«, from opp. 02 Brook 


48 Prospect Terrace 




to ol East, Ward J. 


">.-> Cushing 




Collnx, from 373 Plain to 


80 73 Bo wen 
93 Lloyd 

138 Jcnckcs 
0103 Halsev 




718 Broad, Ward 9. 
1 Plain 
24 23 Ocean 

37 36 Burnside 




173 Ilidderi 




07 Prairie Av. 


Conjrrewj*, from CAV> Broad 




100 Broad 


to 5ft>2 Greenwich, Ward y. 




College, from 4 So. Water 


o o Broad 
Niagara 

Melrose 
Greenwich 




to Prospect, Ward 2. 




South Water 
South Main 




3 Market Square 


Constitution, fr. 57 Wilson 




27 Benefit 


to 13.} Lester, Ward 8. 




51 48 Prospect 






Collyer, from Cemetery to 
City line, Ward 10. 


Convent, from Justice to 
Maude, Ward 10. 




Columnist Ave. from 875 


Cook Ave. from Smithfield 




Broad to Cranston line,W'dy. 


A%. to Argoi, Waul 10. 




Broad 

••0 Bernard 

Spieer 

Cactus 

o risk 

Hancock 


Cooke, fr. opp. I«9 Power to 
opp. laOAngell, Ward 2. 
o Power 
14 Ypuug Orchard Av. 




22 Benevolent 
30 George 
Manning 

Waterman 




BaL.cock 

Short 

Cilia 

fl Cranston line 




Angel] 




CoHvell, from 411 Plain to 


Cornell, from Valley, near 




35:.' Prairie Av., Ward 0. 


River Av., northerly, W d 10. 




Comfort, from 32 Union, 


Cory, froln 43 Federal to ?0 

At well's A v., Ward 4. 




crosses at 45 CIeiuenee,W'd 4. 





62 STREET DIRECTORY. 




Cottflfge, fr. opp. 11 Lemon 


Hanover 




to 47 Dean, Ward 4. 


854 BcIlevueAv. 




Lemon 


302 Waverly 




opp. 8 Curry Place 


878 Althca 




Dean 


392 Lin wood Av. 


/ 


Conn land, from 673 High 


414 Dahlia 

4l'6 Lilac 




to Ges'.er, Ward 7. 




High 


432 Jessamine 




19 Carpenter 


444 Potter's Av. 




34 Pierce 


488465 Anthony Av. 




43 Brighton 


438 fenner Av. 




46 Dawson 


Crarv, from Alleu's Av. to 




55 Broadway 


33 Plain, Ward 5. 




72 67 Gm\c 


34 Allen's Av. 


1 


84 Ring 


40 41 Eddy 




93 97 Penn 


65 Hospital 




103 107 Tell 


opp. 31 Clay 




119 Gesler 


118 Mary 




Cove, from Exchange Place, 


141 Plain 




to Harris Ave, Ward 4. 


Crawford, from 85 9. Main, 




Exchange Place 


to 37 South Water, Ward 2. 




Washington 
24 Worcester 


Crawford Souare, Dyer, 




34 Eddy 


st. opp. Pine, Ward 5. 




42 Fountain 


Creigliton, from 141 Pros- 




62 Sab'm 
opp. 62 Gaspee 
Mathewson 
110 Mason 


pect to Brown, Ward 2. 




Creweent, from Reservoir 
Av. to Elmwood, Ward '.». 




170 Merrill 


Crimea, from 29 Chalkstone 




j Adie 


Av. to 10S Douglas Avenue, 




A born 


Ward 10. 




Harris Av. 


Crocker A v. from 300 Pot- 




j Coville, fr. 552 Atwell's Av^ 


ter's Avenue to Burlington, 


■. 


to Amherst, Ward 10. 


Ward 9. 


l 


Gnx Lan«, from 758 North 


Cromwell, from Dexter to 


i 


Main, Ward 1. 


73 Greenwich, Ward 3. 




OozzojiN f.mse, from 3.04 
Xo. Main to Sexton, Ward 1. 


Cro**, from 1 13 West River 


1 


to McKeuna, Ward 10. 




Crnminll, from Admiral, 
Ward 10. 


Cront, from 229 AtwelPs Av. 


: 


to opp. 39 Cedar, Ward 4. 




C r an sto ii , from 352 IIi2fn to 


u Atwell's Av. 


i 


Fenner A v., Wards 6, 7, 3, 9. 


Spruce 




High 


27 Cedar 


I 


2 AV inter 
39 West Hoyle 


Crown, from Oakland* Av., 


i 


43 Pearl 


near Eaton, Ward 1". 




31 Burgess 


Culver, from Blackstone to 


! 


I 102103 Knight 


Willard, Ward 9. 


i 


131 Codding 
134 B Street 
154 C Street 


Curry Plaoe, from 237 i 
Fountain to 8 Cottage, W'd 4. 


-■ 


161 [>odge 


Cushins, from 53 Congdon 




188 Bridghara 


to 230 Hope. Ward 2. 




204 Gilmore 


Con-don 




207 Hammond 


Prospect 




288 2K9 Harrison 


Brown 




2*9 Dexter 


Thayer 




208 Diamond 


Brook 




280279 Parade 


Hope 




Chap in Av. 


Custom Ave. fr. 107 South 




316 Superior 


Main to 47 S. Water, Ward -'• 




324 P..id 
327 Pai e 


Cuatoni II«»u*e sirect, 
fromriOWeybossettuOl Dyer, 




3.V5 Messcr 


Ward5. ' 















6TRKF.T DIRECTORY. 



Cutler, from 4'.»2 AtweU'fl Av. 

to Cliff, Ward 10. 
Cvpreas. from 803 North 
MaintoOfney. Ward 1. 

North Main 

Knowlea 

o Camp 

Ivy 

East Av. 

Olney 

I> Street, from 92 Lester to 
Booth, Ward 8. 

Datioll, from Public to Liu- 
wood A v., Ward 9. 



Publi 
Updike 
Greenwich 
Bucktin 
Lin wood Av. 



l>a<ron, fr. Chalkstone Av. 
to Glover, Ward UK 

Dahlia, from Linwood Av. 
to 414 Cranston, Ward 9. 
Linwood Av. 
24 Salem 

58 Bractle 
Cranston 

X>ale, from 329 Atwell's Av. 
to Watson, Ward 7. 
Atwell's Av. 
o Barney 
Harris" Av. 
Tingley 
o Watson 

Dan, from 22 Delhi to 27 
Bush, "Ward 10, 

Da ii forth, from 27(5 Smith 
to Vale, Ward 11). 

Daniel, from Windmill, 
Ward 10. 

Darling:, from opposite 5C> 
McKenna to 131 West River. 
W r ard 10. 

Dart, from opp. 148 W. River 
to 20 Low, Ward 9. 
West River 
22 McKenna 
Low 
David, from Burrington to 
Akerman, Ward 9. 

Davis, from 00 Smith to ' 
Orms, Ward !. 



Oiljr, from Fenucr Avenue, 

easterly, Ward 9. 

Bean, from 2V) High to Har- 
ris Av.. Wards 4, 7. 
3 High 

11 Garden 
Washington 
24 27 Fountain 
50 Dean Place 

47 Cottage 
54 Wert 
02 Carpenter 
Broadway 
108 Kenyou " 
* 108 Federal 
111 Solar 
130183 Atwell's Av. 
BrnytonAv. 
154 Spruce 
108 o Cedar 
Futaw 
ISO Tettt 
Harris Av. 

Bean Place, fr. 50 Dean, 

Ward 7. 
Drlaine, from C8 Manton 
Av.to502 Vallev, Wds8, 10. 
Manton Av. 
opp. 01 Appleton 
Audrey 
Valley 

Delhi, from 1C9 Martin to 

Dan, Ward 10. 
Martin 
opp. 22 Webster 
22 Dan 

Derry, from Duffy Court to 
Oregon, Ward 10. 

Devine, from 5(1 Swan to 79 
Seymour, Ward 9. 
Swan 
Sayles 
Mutual 
.0 Oxford 
Seymour 
Dexter, from 092 Ilkrh to 
Long Pond, Ward 8. 
High 



o Smith 



84 



SI Flitch 



:r Av. 



erry 



.39 Field" 
50 Common 
63 Onus 
J>a\v»4»ii, from 4''. Courtland 
to OpJ>. 56 Marshall. Ward 7. 



8 


Miller 


opp. 


8 Waterloo 


88 


Division 


00 


Durfee 





o Cranston 


102 


Warren 


114 


West field 


127 Superior 


130 


Sprague 





Cromwell 





Long Pond 



I>extor A vc. fr. 402 Broad 
to 107 Lockwood, Ward 0. 

Bevfer Court, from 88 
Clifford, Ward 5. 



1 04 BTBKET IHRBCTOXY. 


1 Diamond, From Cram-ton 


Bailey 


1 


to the Lorn- l»<>ml, Ward 8. 


Chad Brown 




1 tl Crauston 


Maihone 




47 Su-an 


Katun 




70 i:> Superior 


Mowry 




Lon- Fetid 


Newcorab 




DicUen*, from < taklond Av. 
to Clara, Ward 10. 


270 Alieai.t 
293 Eagle Park 

806 Ceres 




Dike, from 11 Norfolk to 


314 Admiral 




Branch, "Ward 8. 


Wanskuck Road 




o Norfolk 


Sherwood 




23 Valley 


Vu tidewater 




27 Branch 


Stransbury 




• P5ui«*, from 331 So. Main to 


Via/ie 




South Water, \\ ard 3. 


Biver A v. 




! Division, from .38 Dexter to 


C rami all 




132Bridghain, Wards. 


Seaman 




Dexter 
Groton 
11:; nison 
6 7 Miller 
18 Hammond 
22 2.5 Luther 
Bridgham 


Douglas**, from Ives 


to 


Butler A v., Ward 2. 


1 


Ives 
C.ano 
Wavland 
Butler Av. 


! 

j 


Dodge, from 570 High to 101 


Dove, from 121 Williams 


to 


Cranston, Ward 8. 


rear 170 Transit, Ward 3. 
Williams 




Doll:ti*, from .".'Jl So. Main 


John 




to South Water, Ward 3. 


Arnold 




Bora, from 524 Broad to 103 


Transit 




j Prairie A v., Ward \). 


Dover, fr. 86 Academy 


w. ! 


Broad 

(I Taylor 
Prairie Av. 


to Mt. Pleasant Ave., Wd. 


10. ; 


Dowling Place, fron 


id 


Dor ranee, IV. 2 Washing- 


Wheklen, Wards 1,10. 




ton to the river. Wards 4, 5. 


I>oyle Ave. from oppo 


site 


2 Washington 


646 North Main to East Av., 


10 Fulton 


Ward 1. 




opp. 16 Exchange Place 


North Main 




31 38 Westminster 


h Seott 




43 48 Middle 


82 83 Camp 

135 Doyle Place 




&} Wevbosset 




5S Broad 


East Av. 




-85 S4 Pine 


Bovlc Place, from 


135 


10.7 100 Friendship 

123 122 Clltlord 
131 13s Dyer 


Doyle Av., Ward 1. 




Drew, from Sherwood 


to : 


Providence river 


Stansburj', Ward 10. 




I> oh Moon, from 231 South 


D»««llev,from 466 Friendship ' 


Main to 93 S. Water, Ward 3. 


to Plain. Wards 0, 3. 




Douglas Ave. from 75 


Friendship 

12 Mvrtle 


j 


Orms to Geneva Village, 
Wards 1,10. 
Qrms 

; 3 North Davis 


opp. 11 West Clifford 
Prairie Av. 


| 




Plain 




! Goddnrd 


DuitV, from Branch A v. 


to | 


j Opp. 43 li.reon 


Hawkins, Ward 10. 


i 


1 opp. 53 VVavno 


Duffy Court, from 4 Bush 


01 Martin 


to 7 Whipple, Ward 10. 




1 68 Chalkstone Av. 
\ 73 Bu*h 


Duke, fr. 251 Smith, Wd. 


10. 


v'7 Whipple 


Duncan A ve. from North 


108 Crimea 


Main to Camp. Ward 1. 




US Pilfmora 


North Main 




; 120 Oandace 


Know'.es 


i 


u Pekin 


Camg 






__ 






6TEF.JCT I M i: I < 

JMinwrllU Gangway, 
from 25 Dvcr to G \\\ \ bosset, 
Won! 5. 
Durt'ee, from 110 Bridgham 
to 68 Parade, Ward 8. 
o Bridgnani 
Luther 
Hammond 
16 Miller 
Harrison 



opp. 



I Groton 

U Dexter 



U Parade 

Jlwijrht, from 10 Howell to 

Lippitt, Ward I. 
l>v<*, from 15 AtwelPrf Av. to 

17 Broadway, Ward 4. 
I* ver. from 2 Westminster to 
330Fddy, Ward5. 
1 Westminster 
25 Dumwir* Gangway 
45 Pottt-otfice Court 
61 Custom House Street 
80 Pine 
opp. 1L*> Newport steamers 
V.V, Hay 
135 Fru ndship 
149 Peek 
171 Orange 
opp. 184 Clifford 
207 Dorrance 
301 Ship 
S20 Eddy 
Eagle, from 339 Atwell's Av. 
near the railroad, tr> 3IS Val- 
ley, Wards 7, 10. 
Single Parlt St. from 203 
Douglas Avenue to Mown', 
Ward 10. 
Ksirl, from 275 Greenwich to 
the roil road, Ward 9. 
Greenwich 
Buckiin 
Earl'n I.:«s»o, fr. 687 North 
Main to opp. 58 Camp, W'd 1. 
2 North Main 
52 ' Western 
64 Knowles 
Camp 
Karley, fr. 785 Broad, Wd 0. 
l*2:ist, from 120 Williams to 
Front. W:ird 3. 
Williams 
8 7 John 
18 10 Ai 



24 



Tk 



43 Wiekenden 

57 Coles 
9 Front 
JE;ij*t Ave. from Oinev to 
Pawtucket, Ward 1. 

Oincy 
Carrinjrton Av. 
27 Howell 
Doyle Av. 



eh 



II No rtii 
Burlington 

Gilheeiu-V 

Chacc Av. 

JCa*t Manning, fr. Gov- 
ernor to Uuiicr Av., Wurd 2. 

Ksi«t River s<. from Pit- 
man to So. Angel 1, "Ward 2. 
Pitman 
Waterman 
South Ao-ell 

JZnfon, from Chad Brown to 
Smith, Ward M. 

I"Ul«ly. froniSl Cove, junction 
Fountain to Cranston line, 
Wards " 



12 



C< 





1 Fountain 


10 


15 Worcester 





31 Washington 


58 


55 Fulton 


so 


81 Westminster 


08 


95 Middle 


114 


115 Broad 


140 


141 Pine 


174 


171 Friendship 


202 


207 Clifford 




293 U. Williams Court 


802 


299 Ship 


W > 


Dyer 


330 


327 Tollman's Lane 





355 Kim 


378 


877 South 


410 


417 Point 


opp. 


4."2 Richmond 


452 


Manchester 


402 


4<»7 Lnngley 


510 


525 Crary 




553 Borden 


opp. 


594 Hospital 


opp. 


593 Henderson 




.-.!.'•; P. 1. Hospital 


072 


Wil Blaekstona 


1692 


691 Willard 


7'4 


727 Rhodes 


75S 


757 Public 


776 


Helen 


778 


O'Connell 


opp. 


SO? Bay 




805 Potter's Av. 


CjOO 


829 Sherbttrne 


844 


845 Svan 


862 


S65 Sayles 


880 


Mutual 


90j> 


803 Oxford 


928 


027 Seymour 




951 Briggs 




051 Wvalt 


902 


naswell 




070 Autumn 


1010 


ion Thurber'sAT. 




1039 Richardson 


opp. 


1062 Nebraska 









i CO BTP.KKT 1 


iu::rT<»KY. 




Eddy Stn >t —Continued. 


Klin Orovr Ave. from 




1074 J()7.'. Piiviliou Av. 


llWAnjHItii oltuv, Wdt 1,2. 




o Byfleld 


o U Angell 




Railroad crossing 


Humboldt At. 




1119 Atdrieh 


Irving Av. 
Plovd Av. 




1124 Long Cove Street 




114") Cass 


President Av. 




Porter 


Laurel Av. 




1 1102 J..hnson 


Olney 




1303 Baker 
Chapman 

York 


Elntlnirsl. from Smith to 
Eaton, Ward 10. 




Broom 


Elmwooil, from Reservoir 




12GJ Calm 


Av. to Mashapaug Pond, 




Broad 


Ward 11. 




Cranston line 


Reservoir A v. 




Edf;c\v(Mi«l Ave. fr. Cole 


Summit 
Sibley 




Av. to Slater Av., Ward 1. 


Crescent 




l^litli, from Scnter to Calais, 


Mavhapaug Pond 




Ward 10. 


Elmwoo<l Ave. fr. Reser- 




I Edward, from 1048 High, 


voir Av. to Roger Williams 




Ward 8. 


Park. Ward iJ. 




E«lwii>, from US Thinner's 
Av. to Richardson, Ward 9. 


8 Lexington 




opp. 10 Reservoir Av. 
22 Atlantic 
34 33 Adelaide Ay. 
Sackett 




J'^'an, from Manton Av. to 




the Railroad. Ward 10. 




Eiswalil, from Grove, be- 


Russell 




tween Barre and the railroad, 


Emerson, fr. Adelaide Av. 




! Ward 8. 


to Irving, Ward 9. 




i Elbow, from GO Ship to 14 
1 Hospital, Ward o. 
j 2 1 Ship 


EVitKtn*, from 107 Amherst 

to 0!2 Atwcll's Av., Ward 10. 




! 10 Tippecanoe 


Erie, from Broad to Niagara, 




Chestnut 


Ward 9. 




j Hospital 






1 * 

I Elizabeth, from Harris Av. 


Erin, from Hunt to Burke, 




Ward 10. 




: to Woona.suuutucket River, 




Ward 7. 


E**ex, from Alleppo to Kii- 
by. Ward 10. 




Elizabeth, from 98 North 




Main to 7^ Canal, Ward 2 


Esten, from 233 Smith to 215 
Onus, Ward 10. 




I Elk, from 190 West River to 




1 Erin, Ward 10. 


Eureka, from Gainer to 
Stone, Ward 10. 




Elliott, from Union, mar 






j the railroad to Concord, 


Europe, from 11 America to 




Ward 8. 


Ttffi, Ward 7. 




Union 


Eutaw, from 199 Atweil's 




Highland 


Av. to Dean. Ward 4. 




Bond 


Atweil's Av. 




Eutaw 
Clarence 
Concord 


Spruce 
18 19 Cedar 




Dean 




| Elm, from Providence Rivet 
i to Sti Plain, Ward 5. 


Eva, from Admiral toVeazie, 
Ward 10. 




n Providence River 






Eddy 


Evan«, from opp. 132 Martin 




1 52 o Richmond 


to Pomroy, Ward 10. 




1 70 o Chestnut 


Martin 




82 Parsonage 


12 Webster 




US 97 Hospital 


opp. 20 Bendemeer 




118 o Butler 


Pomroy 




l.*y Pi." If./ppin 
■ opp. 14*2 BuMi-tt 


Everett Ave. from Way- 




land Avenue to Cole Avenue, 




l£tf l.V- Main 


Ward 1. 






n^~~ 



ISvericrceu, from No. Main 
to Ivy, Ward I. 
U North -Main 
o Camp 

Q Ivy 
IS x change, from 47 West- 
minster to 15 Exchange Place. 
Ward 4. 
]2xelianjffe IMjtee, from 
11 Washington Kow to opp. 
16 Dorrauce, Ward 4. 

Washington I tow 



niBECTOBT. 



15 



52 



Exchau 
McXealLane 
38 Arcade Street 
Dor ranee. 



Fairiooitnt Ave. from 
Yah.-, Ward It). 

Fairview, from Pemberton, 

westerly across Mt. Pleasant 
Av„ Ward 10. 
Faith, from Burlington to 
Beck wi tli. Ward 9. 

Burrington 

Jefferson 

Tyler 

Van Zandt 

Ham 

Balch 

Winthrep 

Bamaby 

Bee k v.- itl i 

Fallon Ave. from Chalk- 
stone Av. near horse car barn, 
Ward 10. 

Fall-* place, from 186 At- 

w ell's Av., Ward 4. 

Farthing, from 13 Bridge 
to South Water, Ward 3. 

Federal, from 151 Fountain 
to Tettt, Wards 4, 7. 
2 . 1 Fountain 

17 Sabin 
18 Carpenter 
23 Broadway 

. 33 Tower 

37 Merrill 

43 Corv 

50 47 Bare! a v 

56 55 Bradford 

G2 New ton Court 

§5 Newton 

69 Anthony 
79 Bond 
76 7<J Dean 
Kenyan 
96 Barker Court 
97 Barker 
99 Wet-den 
102 Wecden Court 
112 111 Albro 
115 Messenger 
119 Tettt 



mier. frmn *.»2 High to 
321 Broad, Wards 5,0. 
o o High 

25 Pond 

opp. 3tf llovlc 

i) (1 Broad 

Fenncr Ave. from Reser- 
voir Avenue to 4,V> Cranston, 
Ward \K 














Cranston 

Rurriiigton 

Tyler 

Bnlch 

Akerman 

Bintiey 

Case 

Day 
Reserrofr Av. 


Fei 

to 1 


it, from Clinl ketone Av. 
Jerkley, Ward 10. 


Field, from 39 Davis to 44 
.State, Ward 1. 


Fill 

ton 


h, from Broad to Crans- 
line, Ward 9. 


Fill 

Av 

2 
22 


more, from 113 Douglas 
to Oregon, Ward 1U. 
1 Dou-las Av. 
Mathew 


42 
54 


Catholic 
Wiley 
Oregon 



Fi*lt, from 889 Broad to Co- 
lumbia Av., Ward 'J. 

Fletcher, from 68 Back to 
82'Orms, Ward 1. 

Fletcher Ave. from 31 
Davis to 24 State, W r ard 1. 

Flint, from 641 North Main 

to Scott, Ward I. 

Flora* from 126 Branch Av. 

to Grafton, Ward ]U. 

Florence, from Amherst to 
Kossuth, Ward 10. 

Ford, from 324 Cranston to 
Long Pond. Ward 8. 

Forrest, fr. Camp (o Morris 
Av., Ward 1. 
Camp 
Ivv 
o East Av. 
Morris A v. 

For»ytli, from Eagle Park 

to Mo wry. Ward 10. 

Pouter, from 3" I Broad to 
213-Friend-iiip, Ward 5. 
Broad 
o Pine 
32 Friendship 



I GS STr.EF.T milECTORY. 




i Fountain, from 42 Cove to 


12 11 Peck 




1322 Carpenter, Wards 4. 7. 


40 Dorrance 




■ Cove 


00 85 Fddy 




' 16 15 Union 


71 Potter 




l Ctemcnce 


02 80 Page 




43 Mathewson 


122 115 Richmond 




57 Calender 


Chestnut 




70 69 Beverly 


104 10:: Ciavcrick 




! 82 tlayden 


213 Foster 




A horn 


252 Plain 




Broadway 


255 Beacon 




10S Walker " 


opp. 303 Prince 




I opp. 141 Greene 


313 Stewart 




' 151 Federal 


311 Summer 




J 103 Jackson 


340 Point 




ISO Lime 


364 .'103 Lockwood 




! 206 Franklin 


SS3 Pearl 




| 2!5 Lemon 


400 3011 Portland 




287 Curry Place 


418 410 Somerset 




277 Dean 


438 430 Linden 




1 .".03 Carsill 


458 457 Myrtle 




1 38i» Oliver Place 


466 Dudley • ] 




i 374 879 Battey 


480 Broad 




J 468 413 Carpenter 


Front, from 38 Brook to 




1 Four til, from Broad to Cun- 


Gano, Ward 3. 




lifle's Pond, Ward 9. 


Brook 




1 Francis, from 93 Smith to 


17 Hope 




95 Gaspeo, Ward 1. 


East 




1 Smith 


76 77 Ives 




1 2 Witling's AHey 

| Woods Av. 


88 Furnace 




Gano 




Lincoln Av. 
1 u Gas pee 


Frost, from Pawtucket Av. 




to Cemetery, Ward 10. 




Frank, from 20 Prairie Av. 






to H)6 Beacon, Ward o. 


Fruit, from 82 Miner to 
Broad. Ward 9. 




Frankfort, from Burring- 


u Miner 




ton tp Akennan. Ward 9. 


Harriet 




Burriugton 


Prairie Av. 




Tvler 


California 




Balcti 


Peach 




Akerman 


Plum 




Franklin, from 123 High 


Orchard 




to 306 Fountain, Ward 4. 


80 Quince 




o High 


Broad 




10 11 Gaiden 


Fruit Hill Ave. from 




16 Washington 


Manton Av., Ward 10. 




Fountain 






Frederick, fr. Chalk 8 tone 


Fuller, from 32 Wilson to 




Av. to Smith, Ward 10. 


opp. 3D Sprague, Ward 8. 
Wilson 




i Fremont, from 57 Governor 


Warren 




to Seekonk River, Ward 3. 


Westfiefd 




Governor 

U Ives 

Seekonk River 


Sprague 




Fulton, from 16 Dorrance to , 




Fremont Place, from 104 
fond, Ward 6. 


25 Union, Ward 4. 

1 »i Dorrance 




10 10 Eddy 




Frenek, fr«mi Sayles to 1»7 


Union 




Oxford, Ward 'j. 


Fiiniace, from 218 India to 




Friend, from 60 No. Main to 


Bird, Ward 3. 




40 Canal, Ward 2. 


U India 




Friendship, from 135 Dyer 
t.» 5h» Broad, Wards 5, 0, 8. 


Front 




Bird 




Over 


Oniner, from Eureka to | 




1 Hay 


Hebron, Ward 10. 





STKKFT DIRECTORY. 



Gallatin, from Iiroud to 
Hamilton, Ward 9. 
Broud 
Niagara 
Hamilton 
Gallup, from Plain to oppo- 
site 7'."J Broud, Ward 0. 
2 Plain 
27 Ocean 
Burnside 
CO Prairie A v. 
110 HI Broud 



Gano, from 238 India to 180 


An 


geil. Wards 2, 3. 









India 









Front 









Bird 









Preston. 









Amy 









George 









Pitman 






2,') 


24 Maiming 









Waterman 









Douglass 









Angell 






Gni 


•den. from 14 G 


"eene 


to 


11 Dean, Ward 4. 









Greene 









Franklin 






opp. 


20 Stewart Court 









Dean 







Gurdiur, from Knowies to 

73 Camp, W;ird 1. 
GasjK'e, from 31 Smith to 
opp. (!2 Cove, Wards 1, 4. 
2 1 Smith 
opp. 47 Railroad crossing 
95 Francis 
117 Promenade 
Cove 
Gay, from Pearl to Clinton, 

Wards ti, y. 
Gay lord, from 5!) Maiden, 
northwesterly, Ward 10. 

Geneva., from Cevlon to 

Chalkstone Av., Ward 10. 
Georse, from opposite 270 

Benefit to Gano, Ward 2. 

Benefit 

25 Prospect 

20 Ma nee 

08 Brown 

63 Thayer 

Brook 

Hope 

Cooke 

124 Governor 

130 Ives 

o Gano 
(Stealer* from 124 Vinton to 
Kid-e, Ward 7. 
Vinton 
8 ITcwett 
Piedmont 



Knight 
Ourtland 

A liny 
o Ridge 
Gilbert, from 150 Bridg'hatn 
to 38 Miller, Ward 8. 
2 Luther 
Hammond 
Milhr 
Gillier-nrv, from Lost Av., 

near City Line, Ward It). 
Gillew, from Charles to Hall, 

Wurd 10. 
Gil more, from '204 Cranston 
to 47 Wilson, Ward 8. 
Cranston 
Lester 
11 Kendall 
19 Arch 

Wilson 
Glen Ave. from "Wayiand 
Av. to Grotto A v., Ward 1. 
Wayiand At. 
Cole A v. 
Slater Av. 
Butler Av. 
Grotto Av. 
Glover,from Dagon to Kim- ' 

ball, Ward 10. 
Go«l<l:«rd,from Douglas Av. 

to 10 Oandace, Ward 10. 
Gol«l, from 185 So. Mniu to 

77 South Water, Ward 3. 
Gootfhue, fr. Atwcli's Av., 
junction Manton Av., W'd 1U. 
Gorlmni, from Chad Brown 

to Baton, Ward 10. 
Go it Id inc. from 225 Transit 

to 18 Trenton, Ward 3. 
Gould's Lane, from 21 
Chestnut to 15 Claverick, 
Ward 5. 
Governor, from 3G6 Wick- 
enden to Angell, Wards 2, 3. 
1 Wiekenden 
opp. 2<) Trenton 
05 Transit 
40 Arnold 

57 Fremont 
68 John 
77 Williams 
93 Power 
118 Young Orchard Av. 
opp. 135 Benevolent 
1G0 George 
Pitman 
185 Manning 
193 Waterman 
831 Angell 
Graham, from opp. H.Ten- 
kins, runs northerly, Ward 1. 
Grand, from 312 Potter's Av. 
to the railroad, Ward 9. 











i 70 STREET I 


HtECTomr. 




<w;iik! I£rondwnv, fr'in 


Grotto Ave. from Irving 




Sherwood to Stapsbury, VV 10 


Av. to Venion Av., Ward 1. 




(«r:iiul View, from 809 X. 


u Irving Av. 




Main f<> 128 Camp, \\ ard 1. 


C'hauning Av. 




! NorthMafn 


President Av. 




Wilkina 


Penrose Av. 




20 Kuowlcs 


Beacon Av. 




41 Highland 


0.. Margrave A v. 




53 B< .lander 


Luii t cl Av. 




j Camp 


Glen Av. 




Grant, from 02 Knight to 


Upton Av. 
Lincoln Av. 




170 Carpenter, Ward 7. 


Clarendon Av. 




' Grape, from Alicant to 224 


Mount Av. 




j Admiral, Ward 10. 


Vernon A v. 




1 Grave's L::ne, from 142 


Grove, Ir. 122 Knight to 4%'j 




High to:»7 Pond, Ward 6. 


Valley. Wards 7, 8. 




! Orei'lcv, from Charles to 


2 1 Knight 
opp. 7 Andrew 
(I fl Courtland 




Hagau, Ward 10. 




j Greene, from 347 Westmin- 


Almv 




ster to opposite 141 Fountain, 


Tobcy 




Ward 4. 


Badge 




Westminster 


Barre 




8 Parker Place 


Eiswald 




14 Garden 


Harris Av. 




17 Washington 


opp. lln River 




Fountain 


Valley 




Greenwich, fr. 475 Broad 


Guiltier, from 2.51 So. Main, 




to Reservoir A v., Wards 8, ( J. 

1 J mad 

1 Brid-ham 


to 109 South Water, Ward 3. 




Hawaii, from Charles to 




11 Areii 


Langdon, Wan! 10. 




23 Wilson 


II nil, from Xorthup Avenue, 




&•{ Warren 


northerly, Want 10. 
Ifsilftey, from 27 Benefit to 
Broun", Ward 1. 
Benefit 
20 21 Pratt 




48 Westtield 
42 West Friendship 
55 Sprague 
j opp. 7.". Parkis A v. 
70 Cromwell 
78 Lawrence 
! loo Bourbon 




32 CoTtgdon 

Prospect 




10S Pientv 


Brown 




120 121 Peace 


Ilnlsev Ave. from 47 So. 




131 Whitmarsh 


Main to 17 So. Water, Ward 2. 




j 148 Henry 

156 155 Moore 

i 161 Daboll 


II alt on, fr. 040 Potter's Ave. 
Ward 9. 




i 182 Minvnev 


limn, from Pacific Av. to 




105 Burnett 


Faith. Ward 9. 




1 200 203 Oakland 


Pacific Av. 




i 204 Public 


Jacktou Av. 




1 214 21 5 Potter's Av. 


Faith 




2l'7 Hawthorne 


'.'* a-.idMu -ir Ave. from ."2 




239 Carter 


Burrington to Pacific Ave., 




201 Bid win? 


Ward P. 




282 (JQugres8 


Burrington 




275 Karl 


Nursery Av. 




1 280 KJruwood Av. 
Reservoir Av. 


o Pacific Av. 




Hamill, from Atwell's Av., 




; Gregory, fbim Wiekenden 


near Leah, Ward 10. 




to Barton, WardS. 


Hamilton, fr. opposite 197 




Grot on. from Miller to 85 


Patter's Avenue to Bartlett, 




1>U) toe, Wt:dS. 


Ward 9. 




U MHIer 


o Potter's Av. 




Divisi in 


Laura 




5 3 IMirfee 


Mitchell 



8TUKET U1KBOTO&V. 



o o Lexington . 
Atlantic- 
Adda ule Av. 
' Pacific 
Irving 

Gallatin 

Socket! 
Russell 
Bartlett 
Hamilton At en tie. from 
Blackstoue Avcnno to Rhodt 
Island Ave., Ward I. 
J1:iiimiioii«I, from G3fiHigh 
to 207 Cranston, Ward 8. 
High 
16 Gilbert 
SS Division 
58 55 Durf-e 
U Cranston 
Ilsiucotck, from Columbia 
Avenue to Cunliftes Pond, 
Ward 9. 

Columbia Av. 
Babcock 
Calla 
Carr 
Staples 
If :m<lv, from 115 Amherst to 

Amsterdam, Ward 10. 
J in nil ah, horn 127 Amherst 

to 589 Atwell's Av., Ward 10. 
Hanover, from Cranston. 

opp. Messcr, Wards 8, 9. 
Il.ippy, from 20 Union to 37 

Clemenec, Ward 4. 
Il:ir<lenlnii'ir, from 79 
Chalkstone Ave. to Faton, 
Ward 10. 
Hartliner's Alley, from 
191 So. Main to Well, Ward 3. 
Barkness, from 779 High 
to 240 Broadway, Ward 8. 
High 
opp. 10 Sloeum 
20 Meader 
39 Spencer 
47 Broadway 
Hark, a ess Court, from 
52Wevbc»sset to 15 Pine.W'd 5. 
Haroltl, from 335 Valley to 
Chalkstone Av., Ward 10. 
Valley 
15 Aurora 
33 Prescott 
41 Allston 
81 Regent 
31 Harvest 
96 Ceylon 
Berkley 
Chalkstone Av. 
Harriet, fr. 74 Totter's Av. 
to Fruit, Ward 9. 
Potters Av. 
Saylcs 
o Oxford 
Fruit 



llari i« A ve. from Cove to 
!fi«5 Broadway, Wards 4, 7, 8. 
o (i Cove 
Bruvton Av. 

Maria 
Dean 
Acorn 
Elizabeth 
Ho 



o Hope 

Dult- 



Eagte 
Audi's Av. 
9 Hehne 
Grove 
IJell 

School 
Broadway 
Harristwn, from 661 High 
to55Sp.a'_'uc, WardS. 
„ t) High 
8 Miller 
30 85 Division 
58 59 Durfee 
07 Cranston 
84 Lester 

90 Wilson 
110 107 Warren 
6 West ri eld 
Sprague 
Harvard Ave. from opp. 
5tl Broad to Taylor, Ward 9. 

Harvest, from 81 Harold to 
Robin, Ward 10. 

Hassan, from Hawkins to 
Hagan, Ward 10. 

If asking's, fr. Nortliup Av. 

northerly, Ward JO. 

If a swell, from 962 Eddy to 

Allen's Av., Ward 9. 
Havres, from 158 Charles to 

Black. Ward 1. 
Hawkins, fir. 195 Admiral, 

i unction Douglas Avenue to 
[all, Ward 10. 

1! :i\vtlioi no, from 227 
Greenwich to opp. S Vine- 
yard. Ward 9. 
Greenwich 
10 Bucklin 
30 Vineyard 
If awtborae Ave. from 
Butler Ave. to R. I. Avenue, 
Ward 1. 
Butler Av. 

Hamilton Av. 
Brookside Av. 

Rhode Island Av. 
If stv. from 04 Wevbosset to 
135* Dyer, Ward 5. 
Wevbosset 
18 -21 Pine 

Friendship 
Dyer 





- 


jj 72 b'fREET 1) 


in., i ui:v. 

i 


•: II*iy«leu, from 97 Washing- , 


Hi<l«len, fr. 17.; Con-don to 


: ton to 82 Fountain, Ward I. 


Brown, Ward 1. 


o it Washington 


o Cotigdou 


Martha ' 


Prospect 


1 u Fountain 


Brown 


: II sty market, from 150 Xo. 


High, from 267 Broad to 


Main to m Canal, Ward a. 


OlBCVVille, Wards 4,5,0,7,8. 
L' *1 Broad 
5 lluirffl 


!*;: vu-n r<5, from l02Loek- 


i wood to. J Linden, WardO. 


12 Scarborough Lane 


Lockwood 


S3 Westminster 


Pearl 


Uli Feu nor 


Poniard 


123 Franklin 


j Somerset 


142 Grave's Lane 


Linden 


199 Stewart Court 


JI <-•£««!• fr. Vinton to Hewitt, 


202 Stewart 


Ward 7. 


243 Dean 


• Ibcliroii, from Gainer to 
Stone, Ward 10. 


250 Summer 

883 Howard Place 


j HctllPVt from 75 W. River 


35a Winter 


! to 30 Shove, Wurd I. 


352 Cranston 


1 Wnstltjver 


075 Oliver 


o Walling 


403 Lafayette 


! opp. 2.°. Palmer 


451 Battey 


l».,lk 


470 Burgess 


Shove 


483 l*a>>.'tt Lane 


1 Helen, from Allen's Avenue 


514 525 Kniffht 


1 to 77«» Eddy, Ward 9. 


538 Codding 


! Allen's Av. 


550 Tyler Court 


Camra 


570 Dodge 


Eddy 


010 613 Bridgham 


i 

i Holme, from -150 Valley to 

i Harris Av., WardS. 

Valley 
i 17 River 
I Harris Av. 


630 Hammond 

004 Harrison 

07." Court land 
602 Dexter 


713 Marshal] 
741 Almy 


Jlensloek, from Valley to 


764 Parade 


| Promenade, Ward 10. 


779 Harkness 


\ Heudeeiim, from opp. 593 

Eddy to the water, Ward 5. 


78t> Tobey 
S02 Sveamore 

815 Baker Avenue 


j If eixlriok, from opp. .".1 


839 ibirton 


Academy Avenue to Mount 


844 Mcsser 


. Pleasant Ave., Ward lo. 


875 Howard 


Henrietta, from Veazicto 


901 Perry 
938 Norfolk 


Douglas Av., Ward 10. 


056 055 Railroad crossins 


Heiuy, from 595 Broad to 


lull Broadway 


Bueklin, Ward 9. 


1012 1011 Valley 


J Broad 


1020 Bough 


Updike 


1084 Stokes 


; Greenwich 


1031 1083 City line 


BuckJin 


Hijrtliautf, from Abbott to 


I Howes, from 588 No. Main 


Grand View.aiul from Wood- 


to 2:: Si'ncns, Ward 1. 


bine to North. Ward 1. 


. Xoi'.h Main 


13 ill, from 18 Perry to 18 


, opp. 13 Stampers 


Howard, Ward S. 


Stevens 


IliilutMl, fr. Poiham.Wd. 10. 


. Hewitt, from :■'!.; AtwelPs 


iliillwooi', From Eaton to 


Av. to 8 Cosier. Ward 7. 


Admiral, Ward 10. 


flicks, from 23 Broadway to 


SlH.oii, fr. 38 Clinton to 131 


j 51 Aborn, Ward 4. 


Public, Ward 9. 


| o Broadway 


Clinton 


Atwell'sAv. 


Bogman 


Aborn 


Public 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



II0M011, from 109 Smith to 
Promenade, Ward 1. 



Browne 



.('.land 
Beach 
o Promenade 
lloiiH-*i 4'jid Ave. from 
3.58 Potter's A v. to Hunting- 
toil AvcutIC, Ward 9. 
Potter's Av. 
14 Ant! 



o Iluntingto 



Av. 



Ifo 

Ti 


pe, from 1.58 India 
aver. Wards 1, 2, 3. 


to 





India 







21 Front 







4.1 Wiekcnden 




opp. 


(>1 Sheldon 






71 Transit 




82 


81 Arnold 







93 John 




116 


115 Williams 




122 


Power 







Charles Field 
Young Orchard Av. 




154 l» 







17;; George 







177 ."Manning 




100 


193 Waterman 




198 


Prospect Alley 




20' i 


109 Angell 




opp. 


210 Meeting 




230 


Cushuig 







Bowen 







Lloyd 

Lloyd Av. 







Keene 







Barnes 







Thayer 




Ho 


pUiii.H, from 52 So. Main 


to 


262 Benefit. Ward 2. 




itto 

to 


I»l>in, fr. opp. S3 Bass 
100 Point, Ward 5. 


ett 





Bassett 







Elm 







South 







IS Point 




.llorion, from Northup Av. 


no 


rtheriy, Ward 10. 




Hospital, from 18 Bassctt 


to 


3pp. V.H Eddy, Ward 5. 







5 Bassett 




14 


Elbow 




o 


25 Elm 




44 


4*> South 







73 Point 




84 


Lake 
101 Manchester Place 




106 109 Langley 




124 


121 Crary 




13(1 


139 BordeTi 

15I> Lock wood 







ii Eddy 





IIo*l»ita»l ■• I :»<-«*, from 50 

Lot kwo<»d. WardS. 
Howard, from >7.". High to 

280 Broadway, Ward B. 
2 l High 

IS Hill 

o Broadway 
llovrard Place, rear 283 

High. Ward 7. 
fSowcII, from 27 Camp to 
Kast Avenue, Ward 1. 
II '-'ami) 

VJ Dwight 
i) East Av. 
Howland. fr.23BXa Main 

to 102 Benefit, Ward _'. 
Hot 1«», irom opp. 38 Fenner 

to 337 Broad, Ward 0. 
Hudson, from 40 Parade to 
Mcsser, Ward 8. 
« Parade 
34 o Sycamore 
Messcr 
HmnbnMt Av<». from 
Arlington Av. to Irving Av., 
Wards 1. 2. 
Arlington A v. 
7 Tahcr Av. 
Elm Grove Av. 
Wa viand Av. 
Irving Av. 
H ii »*«-*>, fr.Ch 



ur Academy Av 



t«»«e Av., 
urtherly, 



Ward 10* 
Huntington A v., irom 
Wheaton Avenue to Jackson 
Ave., Ward 9. 
Wheaton Av. 
Pearce Av. 
Xoves Av. 

9 Homestead Av. 
Jackson Av. 
IIvsU, from opp. H 9 Amherst' 

to Kossuth, Ward 1". 
HyleatesMl, from 5<: Thur- 
ber's Avenue to •".") Pavilion 
Ave., Ward 9. 
2 1 Tnttrber's Av. 
6 Clarke 

Pavilion Av. 
Hvmer, from Seamana to 
Uiver Av., Ward 10. 

Ianttie, from Branch Av. 

westerly, Ward 10. 
l«le, rVom Methyl to Lorimer 

Av., Ward 1". 
India, from foot of S. Water 
to ludia Bridge, Ward 3. 
South Water 

• South Main 







Be 



opp. CO Traverse 







74 8TKEKT l>Ii:K( TORY. 




India Street— Continued. 


ifjtokMOfi Ave. from 350 




\n Brook 


P iter's Avenue to Beakwith, 




102 Thompson 


Ward 9. 




I'M Ann 


o Potter's Av. 




158 Hope 


Anthony A v. 




202 Ives 


Huntington Av. 




218 Furnace 


() Burrington 




238 Ct.no 


Jefferson Av. 




India Bridge 


Tyler 

U Van Zandt 




Irvinffi from 7155 Broad to 


Hum 




Hamilton, Ward 9. 


Balch 




o Broad 


Winthrop 




Niagara 


Barnaby 




Hamilton 


Beck with 




Irving; Ave. from Arling- 


eFnelCMoii'M Court, from 




ton Av. co iihu'kstone Av., 


L'J North Alain, Ward 2. 




Ward 2. 






Arlington A v. 


James, from 110 So. Water 




Tuber Av. 


to 892 Benefit. Ward 3. 




Elm Grove Av. 


i» o South Water 




Way land Av. 


10 South Main 




Cole Av. 


Benefit 




Humboldt Av. 

Slater Av. 


«Jane*, f'r. Alphonso, W'd 9. 




Butler Av. 
Grotto Av. 
Beacon A v. 


•Jnsper, from Smithfield Av. 
to Argol, Ward 10. 




Blackstone Av. 


defter son, from 86 Smith 




1 Ives, from 202 India to 157 
! Augell, Wards 2, 3. 
8 1 India 
18 15 Front 
1 45 Bird 
i 58 Boner 


to opp. 99 Onus, Wards 1, 1U. 
(1 Smith 

Cherry 
16 Liberty 

28 31 Common 




40 45 Onus 




73 Trenton 


•Jclferson A ve. fr. Pacific 




83 Transit 


Ave. to Faith, Ward 0. 




94 Fremont 


Pacific Ave. 




104 Williams 


Jackson Av. 




Poorer 


Faith 




119 Prestou 






13.3 Amy 


«f enokes, frvm 43 Benefit to 




George 


130 Product, W r ard 1. 




l Pitman 


Benefit. 




Manning 


14 Pratt 




i Waterman 


20 Con^rd on 




Douglass 


Prospect 




! Angtell 


Jenkins, from 733 No. Main 




Ives lysine, i r. 120 N. Main 


to 70Can,p, Ward 1. 




to W Canal, Wo nil'. 


1 North Main 




Ivy, from Locust to Wood- 

! bine, Ward 1. 


opp. 13 Graham 

13 Chace's Place 




Locust 
! Cypress 
1 Larrti 


24 Chace 

34 33 Padelford 




40 45 Western 




Forest 
Evergreen 


5". Knowles 




70 Camp 




Woodbine 


Jenkins Avenue, fr. 57 i 




«Ju<-ks»n, front 381 West- 


So. Main to 21 So. Water, 1 
Ward 2. 




minster to Carpenter, Ward 4. 




ii Westminster 


«Ie**n?nine, from 72 Salem 




1 12 13 Garden 


to 4U2 Cranston, Ward 9. 




10 Washington 


U Salem 




82 33 Fountain 


Brattle 




52 51 Carpenter 


o o Cranston 













BTSRET DIRECTOBY. " r > 




Jewett, from o»p. o7 Park, 


opp. 10 Pallas 




Wards 1, 10. 


24 Tellt 




ii •) I'ark 


America 




8 libklcn 


Kllhy, t'n>m Alleppo to Es- 




151 Scharfcr 


sex, Ward 10. 




i opp. ."5.") Aster 
i .58 Calais 


KJmtKill, from Chalkstoite 




Av. to Glover, Ward 10. 




j OS 07 So liter 


Knight, from opp. 40 Lester 




\ Jo, crosses Anthon.v Ave., 


tit 852 Atwell's Av., WdsO, 7. 




west of Cranston, Ward 9. 


8 Lester 




j John, from 389 Benefit to 68 


12 13 Cranston 




i Governor, Ward 3. 


49 High 




1 Benefit 


C2 Washington Court 




I 14 >'cighbor'i Lane 


C> Washington 




20 25 Church's Lane 


70 Carpenter 




26 .'51 Thavcr 


92 Grant 




4'.i Brook 


103 Brighton 




7(5 Hope 


Broadway 




80 8! Dove 


122 Grove 




87 East 


132 King 




U Governor 


Penn 




i Johns.m, fr. 110:2 Eddy to 


opp. 163 Tel! 




Plain, Ward 9. 


Gesler 

177 Republican 




Jones, from Adie to Bond, 


opp. 187 Swiss 




Ward 4. 


193 Adams 




Adie 


Atwell's Av. 




11 Bradford 
40 39 Bond 


Knowleti, from Earl's Lane 




to 29 Grand View, Ward 1. 




Joslin, from Atwell's Av. to 


Earl's Dane 




1 Kossuth, Ward 10, 


Jenkins 




Avenue, Ward 9. 


B Gardner 
o Duncan Av. 
Cypress 




Julian, from 133 Manton A v. 


Abbott 




| to rear of Atwell's Avenue, 


Koval 




Ward in. 


Wilkin* 




3 Manton Av. 


Grand View 




17 Capron 


KoSttMtll, from llvat to o0 




33 Applet on 


Bowdoin, Ward 10. 




74 Kossuth 


Hvat 




93 97 Amherst 


.Toslin 




Junction, fr. 2S Bridgham 


2.5 Florence 




to ID Arch, WardS. 


42 Julian 




> Justice, from Oaklands Av. 


51 53 Putnam 




to Maude, Ward 10. 


Bowdoin 




Kane, from II. K. crossing 
to May, Ward 1. 


I^afayetre, from 403 High 
to 23if Washington, Ward 7. 




\ Keene. from 107 Prospect to 


T.siUe, from 84 Hospital to 42 
Parsonage, Ward 5. 




i Hope, Ward 1. 
i Prospect 
! Brown 


Lamb, from 276 North Main 
to 10.1 Canal, Ward 1. 




! 00 Thayer 

I OS Hope 


Laii'.Mloii. from Branch Av. 




to | lagan, Ward 10. 




Kelly, from Prairie Av. to 


I.mijiley, from Providence 




Broad. Ward 9. 


riv.T, eros-Onir at 492 Eddy to 
70 Plain, Ward 5. 




' Kemmll, from "0 Bridsham 


37 Eddv 




to 11 GHmore, Ward 8. 


74 71 Hospital 




K«Mi«lnir« Court, from 


Plain 




325 Pine, Ward 6. 


JLnrch, from Gamp to Morris 




lvvn.von, from 108 Dean to 


Avenue, Wurd 1. 




3 America, Ward 7. 


Camp 




Dean 


Ivy 




onto. 3 Federal 


o East Av. 




« l'P- 4 Ringgold 


Morris Av. 



Lmir-.t, from Broad to Mel- 
rose, Ward ». 
Broad 
20* 8 Niagara 
60 50 Hamilton 
88 Melrose 
Lsniicl Ave. from Arling- 
ton Avenue to Grotto Av., 
Ward 1. 
Arlington Av. 

Taber Av. 
Elm Grove Av. 
Wayland Av. 
Cole A v. 
Slater A v. 
Butler Av. 
Grotto Av. 
Lanri*ion. from Kast Av., 

near North, Ward 10. 
Luvauu;hn, from 157 Am- 
herst t<> .">us Atwelt's Avenue, 
Ward 10: 
Lawn, from Chuikstone Av, 
to Giover, Ward in. 

Lawrence, from ,"41 Broad 
to 78 Greenwich, Ward 9. 

Leah, from 623 Atwell's Av., 
Ward 10. 

Ledge, fr. Charles to Smith- 
field Av., Ward 10. 

Lee, from 44 Sutton to 115 
Vinton, Ward 7. 

Lelii«*h, from Allen's Av. to 

Cumin, Ward 'J. 
Lemon, from 215 Fountain 
to 23 Oirpenter, Ward 4. 
Fountain 
opp. 11 Cottage 
Carpenter 

Leonard, from So. Main 
to 4 South Water, Ward 2. 

Lester, from opp. 8 Pearl to 
B4 Harrison, Wards'), 8. 
2 Pear! 
14 Saunders 

24 Monroe 
opp. 40 Knight 
40 A 
55 B 
70 C 
92 1) 

104 10;* Brickham 
US Gilmore 
l.'>8 Constitution 
148 Harrison 
Lexington, from Broad to 
S Blmwood Av., Ward 9. 
o Broad 
Niagara 
Hamilton 
Melrose 
OEhnwoodAv. 



KTRV.ET IITBF.CTORY 

lF» 



rtv, from 10 Jelierson 
to l"<; Smith, Ward 1. 
Lilac, from Salem to 420 
Cranston, Ward 9. 
o .". Salem 
4-J 4.; Brattle 
86 Cranston 
LllV, from 301 Atwell's Av. 

to ISO Spruce, Ward 7. 
Lime, from 189 Fountain to 
1." Carpenter, Ward 4. 

Llnard, from 46 No. Main 

to 37 Canal. Ward 2. 
Lincoln, from i>5 1'ark to 

Fraueis. Word 1. 
Lincoln Ave. fr. Wavland 
Av. to the (irotto, Ward*!. 
Way land Av. 
Cole Av. 
Slater Av. 
Butler A v. 
(irotto Av. 
Linden, from 470 Broad to 
71 AV. Clifford, Wards C, 8. 
o Broad 
3 Havward 

10 14 Pine 
Friendship 
West Clifford 

Linton, from 109 Academy 
Av. to Canton, Ward 10. 

LitiM'ood Ave. from .'W2 
Cranston to 309 Potter's Av., 
Ward 9. 
Ltp;>itr, from 571 Xo. Main 
to Dwi-nt, Ward I. 
fcorthMain 

Rilev 
Camp 
D wight 
Liverinnre, from 4 A to 
opp. 5 1;, Wards 6, 8. 
A 
B 
C 
D 
Livingston Ave. from 
780 North Main to Priutery, 
Ward 1. 

Llovd, from 93Congdon to 

Hope, Wards 1, 2. 
Lloyd Ave. fr. Hope, near 

Dexter Asylum, to Butler Av., 

Wards 1, 2. 
Hope 






Arlington Av. 





Tuber Av. 





Elm Grove Av. 





Wayland Av. 


o 


Cole A v. 





Slater Av. 





Butler Av. 



STREET DIBEOTORY. 



Look., fir. GO Randall, Ward 1. 
Lot'kuood, fr<>in I'.ll Hos- 
pital to 41 1 Broad, \V\is 5. •>. 
2 1 Hospital 

19 Clay 
30 K. t. Hospital 

3l» Mary 
50 Hospital Plnro 
Plain 
90 80 Beacon 
100 Prairie A v. 
112 111 Providence 
120 110 West Clifford 
130 Friendship 
144 MS Pine 

153 Meadow 
opp. 156 Spring 
152 11 n v ward 
1G7 Dexter Av. 
Broad 
Locust, from 75 Camp to 

Ivy, Ward 1. 
Lonjjr Cove, from Allen's 
Av. to 1124 Eddy, Ward 9. 

Lorinier A v. front Xorth, 
near East Av., to Ide, Wd. 10. 

Louisa, from 105 Oxford to 
Sayles, Ward !). 

Lovedoy, from Admiral to 

Veazie. Ward 10. 
Low, across Dart, Ward 10. 

Lucv, from Almira Av. to 

Cloud, Ward 10. 
Lumber, from Northup Av. 

to Eedge, Ward 10. 
Lima, from Branch Av. to 

Northup Av., Ward 10. 
Luther, from 2 Gilbert to 

3 Durfte, Ward 8. 
L. V. Street, from Cole 

to Colwell, Ward 9. 

Lv«1ia, from 23 Candace, 

Ward 10. 
iHailisoii, from 286 Potter's 

Av. to the railroad, Ward 9. 

Mattffson Ave. from R. I. 
Avenue, Ward 2. 

]IIag:ee, from 20 George to 

opp. 9 Benevolent, Ward 2. 
Btagenta, tr. Nellie, north- 
erly, Ward 10. 

Major, from 54 Central to 

4ti9 Oroad, Wards ti. 8. 
Malboue, from Sweet Briar 

to Chad Brown. Ward 10. 

Mal<U>n, trom 14.') Manton 

Av. to Florence. Ward 10. 



59 



W< 
Gay lord 



! Mallett, from 02 Olncy to 
14 CaniD. Ward 1. 
OIney 

14 Pat- 3 

e Camp 
HI alvern,trom Northup Av. 

to Ledge, Ward 10. 
Btfttneheater, fr« Parson- 
age to real 152 Eddy, Ward 5. 
Parsonage 
Chestnut 

Eddy 
Manchester Place, fir. 

101 Hospital, Ward.). 
Manning, from Brown to 
Wayland, Ward 2. 
" Brown 
Thayer 
Brook 
Hope 
o Cooke 
Governor 
Ives 
(Jano 
Wayland 
Mantoti Ave. from Olney- 
ville Square to .Manton Vil- 
lage, Ward 10. 
63 Delaine 
95 Chaffee 
opp. 119 Aleppo 
133 Julian 
145 .Maiden 
168 Pvlham 
207 Steere Av. 
221 Steuben 
237 Amherst 
295 A t well's Av. 
Unit 
Roger 
Egan 

Dverville 
Chalk-tone Av. 
Fruit Hill Av. 
31 aple, from Plain to Prince, 

Ward 0. 
Margrave A % e. fr. Way- 
laud Ave. to Cole Ave. and 
from Butler Ave. to Grotto 
Avenue, W ard I. 
Maria, from Harris Av. to 

Tingley, Ward 4. 
Marietta, trom Charles to 

Hall. Ward 10. , 

Murket Square, Bpaee 
around the old Cltv Building, 
Ward 2. 
Marshall, from 713 High 
to L'i* Bro.uUav, Ward 7. 
High 
opn. 20 Carpenter 

34 Mender 
opp. 40 Peiree 
opp. 50 Dawson 
U Broadway 





_ - - - 






78 STP.I.KT 1 


(RECTORY. 




Martha, fr. 82 Mathcwion 


M< l>o.ioiiu'h, fr. Marvin, 




to Ilaytkii, Ward t. 


Bcro«a Norfolk, to tin- rail- 




Mathewson 


road, Ward S. 




lleverly 


o Marvin 




Hayden 


opp. 42 Norfolk 




Martin, from 162 Charles to 


.-.2 49 Kail r«. ad 




«1 l>im»las A v.. Wards 1, 10. 


M<*1venna, from opp. 1M 




Charles 


Wi-.-i Kiver to id Wh> ;«K ii. 




29 Aitlihiirton 


Wards l. 10. 




48 Black 


2 Wert River 




74 Clavton 


39 Dart 




j Km) 97 Ambrose 


opp. 00 Darling 




lit; North Davis 


Cross 




1511 Martin-st. Village 


o Whelden 




opp. 1£2 Gvani 
1(1') Delhi 
Douglas Av. 


SfcMllleii, from DnrfV to 




Hall, Ward in. 




193 Bush 


Mo!VralN I.ane, rrom 77 




M::it'cn St. Village, 


Westminster to 25 hxenange 

Place. Ward 4. 




rear l,")(f Marl in 






Marvin, from 39 Messer to 
MelXmough, WurdS. 


Meatier, from 34 Marshall, 
to lOTohev. Wards 7. 8. 
Marshall 




Marv, from .19 Lockwood to 


12 Almy 




HSCrarv, Ward 5. 


Darkness 




o (> Lockwood 


Tobcy 




10 Borden 


Meadow, from 105 Summer 




Crary 


to 153 Loekwood, War<l 0. 




Mason, from Chalkstone Av. 


M eclianii* Ave. from Liv- 




to Smith, Ward ID. 


ingstone Av. to Thurber'a 




Mhm)», from 110 Cove to 


Lane, "Ward 1. 




Abort), "Ward 4. 


Meeting, from 10j Canal to 




Mafhrw, from 22 Fillmore, 
Ward 1(». 


Hope. Ward 2. 
Canal 
North Main 




' Mathewson, fr. LSI llroad 


19 Benefit 




to Cove, Ward 4. 


Coinrdon 




2 Uroad 


Prospect 




8 Chapel 


120 110 Thayer 




27 Westminster 


Thorndike 




07 Washington 


130 Brook 




82 Martha' 


Cabot 




102 99 Fountain 


Hope 




31^4 117 Sabin 

Cove 


Melro*e, from 224 Potter's 




Av. to Adelaide Av., Ward 9. 




*S:i tilria , from Pawtucket 


Porter's Av. 




Av. to Collvcr, Ward 10. 


Laura 




Mantle, from Smith, above 


Mitchell 
Congress 
Lexington 




Oakland* A v., Ward 10. 








Mawnov, from Updike to 


Atlantic 




Linwood A*., Ward 9. 
Updike 
Creeinv-ich 

• 85 Buck! in 


Adelaide Av. 




Mem! on, from Alaska to 
Ha -an, Ward 10. 




HVi Lin wood Av. 


Mere limit, fr. 102 Branch 




May, from Martin to Kane 


Av. to C ration, Ward 10. 




Wards 1. 10. 


Morrill, from Federal to 17" 




Mayan r«I, fr. Roger, west- 


Cove, Ward 4. 




erly, Ward 10. 


Federal 




M eA vo v, from 2S9 At we 11*3 


l) At well's Av. 
A horn 
•0 Cove 




Av. to Cedar, Ward 7. 




QAtwell'sAv. 




Sprwee 


M eKseiijr«»r, fr. 11" Federal 




OCVdar 


to Mi At welt' 8 Av., Ward 7. 



BTBEKT DIBECTOBY. 



McKHor, from 844 High to 
y:;-» Cranston, Waul 8. 
o High 
21 Gale 

89 Marvin 
48 Willow 

Hudson 
{w. Wood 
99 Chapin Av. 
Mcs>.:r Court 
118 Pnine 
160 o Cranston 
Me**er Court, fr. Messcr, 

near Chapin Av., Ward 8. 
Aletcjilf, from Branch Av. 

to Orahon. Ward 1<». 
Methyl, from East Av. to 

Old Neck Road, Ward 10. 
3Ii<l<!le, from II Orange to 
7 Union, Wind 4. 
Orange 
14 15 Dona nee 
S3 Eddy 
Union 
31 ilk. fr. Peace to 14.3 Public, 
Ward 9. 
Peace 
Bowman 
Public 
M ill, from 332 North Main to 
47 Charles. Ward 1. 
North Main 

55 Bark 
Charles 
Miller, from 8 Dexter to 
opp. ltJ Durfee, Ward 8. 
Dexter 
Gfoton 
38 Gilbert 
Division 
Durfee 
3lilt<»n, from Northup Av. 

to Ledge, Ward 10. 
Miner, from Potter's Av. to 
Fruit, Ward 9. 
Potter's Av. 
30 57 8a vies 
Go o Oxford 
Fruit 
Mitchell, from Broad to 
Melrose, Ward 9. 
Broad 
Niagara 
■2 <>l Hamilton 
86 87 Melrose 
M.ihiiwk Allev, from 16 
Arnold to 04 Transit. Ward 3. 
Monroe, from 24 Lester to 

14 Perkins, Ward 6. 
Rfonjroe'a Court, from 26 
Superior to 16 Susan, Ward S. 



M« 



Merey, from 
Branch Ave. to W<: 
Ward lo. 



opp. .<> 
it River, 



M out iccllo, from IFa^an 
to Laugdon, Ward 10. 

HI oorf, from Broad to Buck- 
lin, Word 1). 
Broad 
I'pdike 
Greenwich 
o Bucklin 
Mo ill* Ave. from Olney, 
junction Cypress, to North, 
Ward 1. 

Olney 
Cvpresf 
Larch 
Forest 

North 
M "til to n, from 2C3 West- 
minster, Ward 4. 
Mount A vt*. from Cole 
Av., June. Olney to Grotto 
Avenue, Ward 1. 

Cofe A v. 
Olney 
8 Slater Av. 
Butler Av. 
Q Grotto A v. 
31 on ii J :i in, from Adie to 11 
Bond, Ward 4. 
1 Adie 
o Bradford 
Newton 
opp. 7 Anthony 
10 11 Bond " 
Mount Pleasant Ave. 
from Clnii kstone Avenue to 
Fairmount Ave., Ward 10. 
Jlowry, from opposite 27G 
Douglas Avenue to Admiral, 
Ward 10. 
Mulherrv, from 10 Cherry 
to 8a Onus. Ward L 
Cherry 
16 15 Common 
SO 2'J Onus 
Mulvoy Av. from East Av. 

westerly, Ward 10. 
Murphy, from 2~<7 Atwell's 
Av. to Cedar, Ward 7. 
Atwell'a Av. 
Spruce 
Cedar 
31 nt n:i 1. from Allen's Av. to 
&SU T.ddv. Ward 9. ' 
Aliens Av. 
Cumin 
o Dcvine 
Eddy 
Myrtle, from 484 Broad to 
8o West Clifford, Ward 8. 
3 Br.»ad 
Pine 
' Friendship 

o We-t Clifford 

Dudley 



80 STREET DIRECTORY. 


Nith:int, fmm Charles to 


North, from North Mai 


i.at : 


<)<)])or, Ward ]i). 


old City line, to OIney, W d 1. 


Nu*h I#**ne, tv. (JU2 North 

.Main t-» Pettis. Ward 1. 
North -Main 
opp. 13 Vermont 
i) Prtatery 
Nichols 
Shove 


U ':<<> rth Main 
Highland 
i) Camp 

Fast A v. 

Stanley 

Morris Av. 

LorimerAv. 




Pettis 


n Olney 




\:ixliu;i, from Cemetery to 
City 1 [mc, Ward 10. 


North Court, fr. 12.1 Canal 


to 141 Benefit, Ward 2. 
o Canal 




Nebraska, from opp. 1062 


North Main 




Fddy t>» -no Plain, Ward 9. 


9 Benefit 




Kjecli ICoact, from Qlney, 


North l>:»vi«*, from 


110 


junction North, to Cityline, 
Wards 1, 10 


Martin to ;; Douglas Avenue. 


Wards 1 and 10. 




Neighbor's r,nne, from 


North Grove, fromSn 


ith- 


14 Joan to 53 Williams, W'd 3. 


fi-ld Av.. above Northup 


Av., 


Nellie, from Smitiiiield Av., 


to Cemetery, Ward It). 




near City line, Ward 10. 


North Main, fr. 16 M. 


rkct 


Xewat-k, from Valley, near 


Square to Cemetery, W 


aids 


At well a Av., Ward 10.' 


1, 2, 10. 




New.bolrt, from Justice to 


4 •". Market Square 




Maude, Ward 10. 


31 Jackson Court 
32 Amos 




Neweoml*, fr. Douglas Av. 


40 Linard 




to IOC Admiral, Ward' 10. 


49 Waterman 


, 


IVewtoii, from 2 Mountain 


60 Friend 




to 01 Federal. Ward 4. 


70 Steeple 


i 


2 Mountain 


79 Thomas 


t 


Atweii's Av. 


84 Almv's Fane 




Federal 


9S Elizabeth 




Xewton Court, from 62 


99 Arsenal Lane 
110 Throop Av. 
120 Ives Lane 




Federal, Ward 4. 




Xisiirara, fr. Erie to Sack- 


1S6 129 Meeting 




ctt, Ward 0. 


133 South Court 




Erie 


150 Ilaymarkct 




Potter's A v. 


160 103 North Court 




Laura 


1G6 Canal A v. 




Mitchell 


182 Otis 


; 


Congress 


194 187 Cady 




Ontario 


212 217 ttowen 


i 


Lexington 


226 220 How-land 




Atlantic 


2.;i Aliens Lane ' 




Adelaide Av. 


2a4 2~<o Church 


; 


o Pacific 


270 Lamb 


i 


Irving 


294 Smith 




Gallatin 


"21 Star 




Saekett 


032 Mill 


I 


Nichols, fi.-m 101 Charles to 


42") Short Alley 




Whtlien. Ward 1. 


450 Stampers 


i 


2 Charles 


4."7 Benefit 


i 


Walling 


47;> Burr's Lane 




n Nash Fane 


492 4;)l olney 


1 


96 95 Wnelden 


555 Carpenter's Yard 


; 


Nolan, from 66 Chal ketone 


57? IMjiitt 




Av. to Bcrnon, Ward 10. 


5S.5 Ilewes 
011 Bacon 




Norfolk, from 983 High to 




opp. 4j McDonuu«;h, WardS. 


041 Flint 




a High 


040 Bandall 




11 hike 
H 17 Oak 


oppi646 Doyle Av. 




687 Rarlu's Lane 




34 .;.. M^'Donou^h 


092 Nash Lane 


. 



STRUCT P1BECTOBY. 



711) Chare's Place 
733 Jenkins 
Duncan Av. 
758 C<»x Lane 
780 Living don Av. 

794 Cypress 
834 Cnzzcn's Lane 
Sessions 
S35 Abbott 
8i3 Royal 
864 Sexton 

SCO Grand View 
Rverjrreeti 
Woodbine 
North 
Cemetery 
Xorth Poirv. fr. Broad- 
way, at R. R. bridge, Ward 8. 

North tip Ave. fr. Smith- 
fieid Av. to Hall, Ward 10. 

Norton Court, from 128 

Aiigeli, Ward, 2. 

Xoyes Ave. from .374 Pot- 
ter's Av. to Huntington Av., 
Ward 0. 

Potter's Av. 

13 Anthonv Av. 

33 Huntington Av. 
Nursery Ave. fr. Pacific 
Av. to Union Av., Ward 9. 

Pacific Av. 

Hamburg Av. 

Pleasant View Av. 

Union Av. 

Oak, from 13 Parade to the 
railroad. Ward 8. 

t) Parade 
22 Sveamore 
34 Palm 

Messer 

91 Norfolk 

Railroad crossing 
OaUIaml, from opposite 296 
Public to Potter's Av.,Ward9. 

Public 

Greenwich 

Ruckiin 

Potter's Av. 

Oakland* Ave.fr. Chalk- 
stone Av. to Eaton. Word 10. 
ChaikstoueAv. 
Smith 
Dickens 
Sparrow 
Chad Brown 
Crown 
Sweet Briar 
La ton 
Ocean, fr. opp. 117 Public to 
131 Thurner's Av., Ward 9. 
Public 
e Buckley 
opp. 11 Salisbury 
22 SU Potter's A v. 



31 Sherburne 
. r >2 51 Sflvles 

7>) 75 Oxford 
loo Briggs 
106 10;» (ial no 
114 113 Colfax 

Thurber'i Av. 
O'Connell, from Allen's 
Av. to77s Eddv, Ward 9. 
Allen's Av. 
Canim 
Eddy 
Okie, fr. 21 Calais, Ward 10. 
Olive, from 59 Prospect to 
Thayer, Ward 2. 
"(I Prospect 

Q Brown 
Thayer 
Oliver, from 375 High to 224 
Washington, Ward 10. 

Oliver 1*1 ace, from 339 

Fountain, Wurd 7. 

Olner, fr. opp. 23 Stampers 
to Keck Road, Ward 1. 
Stampers 
G North Main 
27 Pratt 
opp. 7'1 Prospect 
92 Mallett 
97 Brown 
102 Camp 
Thayer 
EastAv. 

Arlington A v. 
Pleasant 

Cypress 
M orris A v. 
Elm Grove Av. 
Waviand Av. 
Cole Av. 
Mount Av. 
North 

Neck Road 

Ontario, from Broad to 
Niagara, Ward y. 

Opper, from 227 Brancft Av. 

to Naliant, Ward 10. 
Orange, from 1<Kj Westmin- 
ster to 171 Dyer, Ward* 4. 5. 
Westminster 
11 Middle 

32 33 Wevbosset 
60 07 Pine 

8(5 Friendship 
121 Clifford 
Dyer 

Orchard, from 17(» Oxford 
to opp. S Fruit, Ward 9. 

On-hard Ave. fr. 3 Way- 
land Av. to Butler Avenue, 
Ward 2. 

Oregon, fr. opp. 52 Borva to 
Mo wry. Ward 10. 



82 BTUKF.T MBECTOBY. 




Oriental* from Oregon to 30 


Tyler 

Van Zandt 




Admiral, Ward 10. 




Oriole Ave. fr. Butler Av. 


Nursery Av. 




to Seekonk River, Wards 1,2. 


C Ham 




Butler Av. 


Hamburg Av. 




Rhode Island Av. 


Balch 




Seekonk Kiver 


Wintlirop 
Burnaby 

Pleasant View Av. 




Onii«, from 9] Charles to 




Valley, Words i, 10. 


Beckwith 




Charles 






10 Buck 


Packet, from 139 So. Main 




32 Fletcher 


to 57 South Water, Ward L'. 




45 Black 


Parielforcl, fr- 31 Jenkins, j 




52 State 


Ward 1. 




G5 Clayton 
74 Davis 


Pa are, from 172 Broad to 63 ; 




75 Douglas Av. 


Clillord, Ward 5. 




88 Mulberry 


Broad 




opp. 99 Jefferson 


18 Pine 




124 Carroll 


37 30 Friendship 




U'J Was li burn 


48 Clifford 




1 150 Winsor 


Paine, from 327 Cranston to 




183 Smith 


HSMesscr, Ward 8. 




215 Esten 

Bath 

253 Violet 

265 Zone 

Valley 


Pallas, from 80 Carpenter to 




opposite 16 Kenyon, Ward 7. 




Carpenter 
7 Vernon 
Broadway 




Osnorn, from Chalkstone 


19 18 Kenyon 
Palm, from 34 Oak to 59 Wil- 




Av. to Vale, Ward 10. 




Otis, from 135 Canal to 182 


low, Ward 8. 




North Main, Ward 2. 


Palmer, from 12 Pettis to 




Oxford, from Allen's Av. to 
GSO Broad, Ward 9. 


opposite 23 lledley. Ward 1. 




Allen's Av. 


Paratle, from 764 High to 




Camm 


opp. 16 Susan, Ward 3. 




Pleasure 


High 




64 Devine 


opp. 7 Waterloo 




Eddy 


15 Oak 




81 Searle 


29 Wdlow 




88 87 Plain 


49 Hudson 




97 French 


63 Wood 




105 Louisa 


68 Durfee 




Sevmour 


Chanin Av. 




Ocean 


U Cranston 




122 121 Burnside 


93 Susan 




131 Miner 
Harriet 
Prairie Av. 
California 
Peach 
Pi urn 
176 Orchard 
opp. 176 Bavter 
Quince 
Broad 


Park, from Promenade to ' 
1(13 Smith, Wardl. 
Promenade 
Great Point 
16 Beach 

25 Lincoln 
2G Woodland 
36 Brownell 




opp. 36 Wood's Av. 
50 "West Park 




Pacific, fr. Broad to Hamil- 


opp. 57 Jewett 




ton, Ward 9. 


59 Smith 




Broad 






Niagara 


Parker Place, from 8 




Hamilton 


Greene, Ward 4. 




Pacific Ave. fr. opposite 


ParkU, from 8 A to 15 C, 1 




67 Burrington to Beekwith, 


Ward 8. 




Ward 9. 


u A 




{Jurrington 


OB 




Jefferson Av. 


C 





STREET DIKUCTOLIY. 



Piii-kiH Ave. tr. 527 Broad 

to opp. 73 Greenwich, W'd 9. 

Parley, from Grafton to 

Notthup Av., Ward 10. 
Parniiiiincc, from 82 Elm 
to Manchester, Ward 5. 
Klin 
South 
9 Point 
42 Lake 
Manchester 

Partridge, from Prescott 

to Auroru, Ward 1". 

Patriot, from 221 So. Main 

to 90 South Water. Waul 3. 
Pavilion Ave. fr. Thur- 

ber's Av. to Broad, junction 
Pruirio Av., Ward 9. 
Thurber's Av. 
29 Towner 
3d Hylcstcad 
49 Bfundell 
66 Eddy 
Plain 

Prairie A v. 
Broad 

Pawtucket Ave. from 
N. Main, junction Cemeterv, 
to City line, Ward 10. 
Cemetery 

Frost 
Caroline 

Matilda 
White 
Ann Mary 
Payton, from Broad to 

Cunliffe s Pond, Ward 9. 
Peace, from Milk to Buck- 
lin, Ward 9. 
Milk 

Prairie Av. 
Taylor 
Broad 
Greenwich 
Buckiin 



- 
28 



Pea 



.., fr. Oxford to Fruit, 
Ward 9. 

Pearce Ave. from 3S0 
Potter'a Av. to Huntington 
Av., W r ard 9. 
Potter's Av. 
18 17 Anthony Av. 
34 33 Huntington Av. 
Pearl, from 43 Cranston to 
Plain, Ward 6. 
Cranston 
8 Lester 
Pond 
19 Perkins 
31 Rice 
41 Central 
49 Broad 
0~> I lav ward 
73 Vine 



opp. 



19 

60 



89 Pine 

o Friendship 
110 io:» West Clifford 
li't Providence 
142 Prairie Av. 

Beacon 
o Gay 

Plain 

Peck, from 78 Weybosset to 

149 Dyer, Ward 5. 
o Wevbosset 
33 07 Pine 
54 Friendship 

70 71 Dyer 
Pei rcc. from 34 Courtlnnd 

to opp. 40 Marshall, Ward 8. 
Pekill. from 63 Clialkstone 

Av. to Vale, Ward 10. 

Pelham. from l»;s Manton 

Av. to Atieppo, Ward 10. 
I PembertoH, fr. Roanoke 
to Armington Av., Ward 10. 
Penii, from 142 Knight to 
Tobev, Wards 7, 8. 
2 1 Knight 
11 Courtiand 
36 Aliny 
Kidge 
Tubey 
Penrose Ave. from But- 
ler Av. to Grotto Av., W'd 1. 
Perk in*, from 19 Pearl to 
opp. 10 .V, Ward 6. 
Pearl 
9 Saunders 
14 Monroe 
21 22 A 
Perry, from 901 High to 290 
Broad wav, Ward S. 
High 
18 19 Hill 
Broadway 

Pettis, from 207 Charles to 
Shove, junction Nash Lane, 
Ward 1. . 
Walling 
12 Palmer 

Polk 
Shove 
Philip, fr. Branch Avenue, 

Ward 10. 
Piedmont, fr. 316 Atwell's 
Av. to Gesler, Ward 7. 
Atwell's Av. 

Adams 
Gesler 
Pike, from 83 Brook to South 
Water, Ward 3. 
Brook 
17 Traverse 
(T Benefit 
South Main 
South Water 



SI 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



from Stamford, 



Piltrrlm, 

Ward 'J. 

Pinfe, from SO Dyer to 500 
Broad, Wards 5, 0, «. 

Dyer 

15 Hurkncss Court 
31 SI J fay 



40 47 



W'vatt 

n Gallup 
opp. 871 Autumn 







; c< 



62 


61 Orai 


rrg 


7S 


77 Dorr 


i nee 


yjj 


91 Eddv 




J2m 


123 Potte 




13a 237 Pose 




1(58 


Rich 


nond 


W2 


Chestnut 


(» 


217 Clav« 


rick 


200 


265 Foster 


310 


,WJ Ilcac 






325 Kcml 


ill's Court 




339 Sm k< 


11 


372 


.'571 Stow; 


rt 


400 


399 Sunn 


ier 


417 Lock 


\ood 


434 


433 Pearl 




440 


44U Porth 
465 Some 


nd 
set 


47S 


477 Bind* 




496 


Myrtl 




sua 


Broad 


fit 


man, ft 


oin Govern 


E. 


River St., 


Wards 2, 3 





o Gover 




16 


Ive* 




38 


Gano 




66 


65 Wa viand 





Rutlcr 


Av. 





BHlev 


lew Av. 





East I 


liver Street 



<> Thurber'a Av. 
u Richardson 

410 Nebraska 

411 Cm well 



422 



41U Jo 



Pin 



Main, from 252 Friendship 
to Broad, Wards 5, 6, 9. 



24 




Clifford 


36 




Elm 







Maple 


b'2 




South 





G 


Point 


76 




Langlcy 


8.S 




Crarv 


10(5 




Borden 


126 


127 


Lockuood 







Pearl 


1*16 





Btaekstone 


20S 




Willard 


232 




Bishop 


opn. 


.'48 


B .gman 


25U 




Rhodes 


2^t 


:•">.") 


Public 






Buckley 




'(> > 


Salisbury 


. 


.\n"> 


Power's Av. 








Sherburne 





(1 


Swan 


311 


Savles 


330: 


■„"> 


Oxford 


an 


Seyindui 





Brigga 



402 



Pavilion Av. 
441 Beheld 
Aldrich 
Cass 
(! Porter 
(» Baker 

Aloe 
Chapman 
York 
Broom 
Broad 
Planet, from 05 So. Water 
to 322 Benefit, Ward 2. 
South Water 
South Main 

Well 
Benefit 
Pleasant, from 53 Camp to 
Oluev, Ward 1. 
1 Camp 
East AT. 
Olney 
Pleasant View Ave. 
tr. Burrington to Beekwith, 
« aid 9. 

Burrington 
Nursery A v. 

Pacific Av. 
Beekwith 

Pleasure, from Oxford, 
across Cumra to Allen's Av., 
Ward 9. 

Pleutv, from .^07 Broad to 

10a Greenwich, Ward 9. 
Plum, from Oxford to Fruit. 

Ward 9. 
Plymouth, fr. 312 Potter's 
Avenue to the R. R., Ward 9. 
Point, from Prov. River to 
3"i4 Friendship, Wards 5, 0. 
Point-street Bridge 
Providence River 
20 Eddv 
34 Richmond 
43 40 Chestnut 
53 5S Parsonage 
07 OS H-.spital 

I'M) Hoppiu 
P'O Pain 
HO Beacon 
149 Prairie Av. 

150 Prince 
VfS West Clifford 
165 174 Friendship 

Polk, from Feuis to K'edlev. 
Wardl. " 



6TBEET D 


IXECTOKY. MS 


Pomonn Avenue, from 


SOD Linwood Av. 


Onp.tilAcadcm) A v. to. Mount 


312 Plvnumth 


Pleasant Av., Ward 10. 


3lL' Grand 


Pomrnv, from Evans to 


300 Seabury 

331 Salem 
338 Chambers 


Mowry, Ward 1«. 
1 Point, from WinslowFlece 


540 Ifalton 


to 8 Pearl, WardO. 


350 .la.ksjn Av. 


(J Winsluw Place 
26 Fetiuer 

57 Grave's Lane 
C4 Angle 
87 Stewart 
104 Fremont Place 
107 Summer 


355 Brattle 


3">8 Homestead Av. 
S72 NoyosAv. 
880 Pearce A v. 
3\H Wheaton A v. 

407 Cranston 


124 123 Spring 


Powder- *1 ill Lane, fr. 


158 131 Winter 


OS West River, Word 10. 


lu> Pearl 


Powell, fr. Matilda to City 


i l*onti:ie, fr. Reservoir Av. 


line, Ward 10. 


to Cranston line, WaidO. 


Pohci 1 , from 71 So. Water 


Poi»e. from Amherst, south- 


to Se< konk River, Ward 3. 


erly, Ward 10. 


o South Water 


| I'oich I'lace, from 15 


15 South Main 
28 23 Well 
41 Benefit 


Winslow Place to the churcli, 

Ward 5. 


i Porter, from Broad to Cor- 


CO Biovoi 
99 Th-iver 


liss Cove, Ward 9. 


E!l Brook 


i Portland, fro n 450 Broad 


148 Hope 
opp. 10.) Cooke 


to 49 West Clifford, Ward G. 


I) Broad 


184 o Governor 


10 15 I lay ward 


9 Ives 


1 20 Vine 


Seekonk River 


42 41 Pine 

52 Friendship 


prairie Ave. fr. 140 Point 


to b08 Broad, Wards. 0, 9. 


63 West Clifford 


2 Point 


i Po*t-«»fliee Court* from 


15 Providence 


i 22 Weybosset to 45 Dyer, 


20 Frank 


I Ward 5. 


40 Lock wood 


- Potter* from 164 Broad to 


58 Pearl 


• 71 Friendship, Ward 5. 


Dudley 


Broad 


B:acksione 


Pine 


105 Dora 


I Friendship 


120 Robinson 


i Potter's Ave. from 805 


140 141 Clinton 


j Eddv to 146 Cranston, W'd 9. 


161 Peace 


4 "0 Eddy 


ISO Bo-man 


15 Temple 


190 Public 


i 26 27 Plain 


Bucklev 


i 52 Ocean 


218 219 Potter's Av. 


! 68 iinrnsi.de 


240 24.J Savles 


i Miner 


270 271 Oxford 


74 Harriet 


Fruit 


Prairie A v. 


304 Gallup 


California 


314 313 Colfax 


120 Baxter 


324 325 Thurber's Av. 


i o Broad 


344 Richardson 


! 169 Niajjara 


Kelly 


Bi7 Austin 


352 Col well 


opp. l;<7 Hamilton 


Joy 


1-4 Melrose 


Pavilion Av. 


o '.'47 fireenwieh 


Broad 


1 200 259 Buckliu 


Pratt, fr. 27 OlneytoBowcn, 


272 Vhwvard 


Wards 1,2. 


866 Madison 


.0 OJncv 


295 Oakland 


GO 23 Hateey 


-*>» Cahler 


.lenckes 


§00 Crocker Avenue 


6 Bowen 



BTREET DIBECTOBY. 



Pre«c»tt< from S3 Harold 

to Robin, Ward 10. 
President A ve. from 
Arlington Av. to Beacon Av., 
WarU I. 

Arlington A v. 
o Tuber Av. 
Elm Grove Av. 
AY n viand Av. 
Colo Av. 
Slater Av. 
Butler Av. 
o Grotto Av. 
Beacon Av. 
Preston, fr. 119 Ives to the 

water, Ward 3. 
Prince, from 1~>G Point to 
G"3 Friendship, Ward 6. 
1 Point 
Manic 

Friendship 
Printerv, from 40 Randall 
to Thurber'fl Lane, Ward 1. 
Randall 
Jfash Lane 
Whclden 
Livingstone 
Thurber's Lane 
Promenade, from 117 Gas- 
pee to Hemlock, "Wards 1, 10. 
Gaspee 
Park 
Holden 
Hemlock 
Prospect, from 25 George 
to opp. 70 Olney, Wards 1, 2. 



86 



reorge 
College 

Blown L'niversity 
Waterman 



An 



Cell 



9 Oliv 
G2 o Meeting 
76 75 Gushing 
92 91 Bowen 
lu-1 101 Lioyd 
h ; 7 Keene 
125 Barnes 
ISO Jenckes 

141 Creighton 
148 OHalsey 
160 l& Hidden 
172 it Olney 

PrOKpeet Alley, from 

Waterman to 198 Hope, Wd.2. 

Proaoeet Terrare, fr. 

4>io ( ;u Congdon, Ward 2. 
Proi iileiicc, fr. 15 Prairie 
Av. tn 121 Pear!. WaidG. 
li Prairie Av, 

■ Lolkvoud 

a Pourl 
Pnl»tie, tV. in Allen's Av. to 
•- ■■« Urn riM-itrh. Ward 9» 
U V.1H h i Av. 



50 SI Eddy 

opp. 71 Temple 

o4 KJ Plain 

98 Stanford 
opp. H7 Ocean 
opp. 127 Kumside 
131 Hilton 
145 Milk 
156 Prairie Av. 
214 Broad 
Duboll 
259 Updike 
opp. 273 Austin 
297 Oakland 
297 Burnett 
304 Sullivan 

311 Greenwich 
Pntnnm, from 57 Appleton 
to 518 AtwelPs Av., Ward 10. 
4 1 Appleton 
43 Kossuth 
78 70 Amherst 
110 100 At well's Av. 
Qnlnee, from Oxford to SO 
Fruit, Ward 9. 

Railrosul ('r»t(f*iiiK St. 

from opp. 160 Canal to opp. 47 
Gaspee, Ward I. 

JCnilro:i<l Place, from 
Smith- st. Bridge, northerly, 
Ward 1. 

JCun«l:ill, from 15T Charles 
to 046 North Main, Ward 1. 
Charles 
20 GO Lock 
40 Printery 
71 Vermont 

North Main 

Itnmhill Square, junc- 
tion Charles, Randall, Stev- 
ens, and Martin Sts., Ward 1. 

ICcacl, from 13 Richmond to 
Abbott Park Place, Ward 5. 

Redwing;, from Vinevard 
to 201 Greenwich, Ward 9. 

Kejrent, from Harold to 
Robin, Ward 10. 

Republican, from 177 
Knight to 830 Atv. ell's Av., 
Ward 7. 
Knight 
Adams 
Atwell'a Av. 
Reservoir A.ve. fr. junc- 
tion Klmwood A\. nuv and 
Greenwich to the Reservoir, 
WardO. 
opp. 311 Atlantic 
opp. 310 Adelaide At. 
Klmwood 



Ci 



cut 



Pontine 

FenuerAv. 



8TKEF.T DIUSCTOSY. 



JChode Island Ave. fr. 

Butler Avenue to Blackitone 
Ave., Ward 1. 
Butler Av. 
Madison Av. 

Hamilton Av. 
Angel] 
Oriole Av. 
Hawthorne Av. 


Blackstone Av. 
Rhodes, from Allen's Av. 
to 2o0 Plain, Ward 9. 
Allen's A v. 
Eddy 
opp. 74 Alpnonso 
103 104 Plain 
It ice, from 25 A to 31 Pearl, 

Ward 6. 
lSlchardson, fr. 1039 Eddy 
to Broad, Ward 9. 
Eddy 
Plain 

Edwin 
Prairie Av. 
Broad 
Richnioini, from 190 Broad 
to opp. A.'sl Eddy, Ward 5. 
Broad 

13 Read 
Pine 
54 53 Friendship 
70 71 Clifford 
112 115 Ship 

127 Tippecanoe 
146 145 Tollman's Lane 
168 If 59 Elm 
190 189 South 
220 217 Point 
Eddy 
l&idge, fr. Grove to Atwell's 
Avenue, Wards 7, 8. 
Grove 
To bey 
Peon 
Tell 
Gesler 
Swiss 
OAtwell'sAv. 
JCiley, from 509 Xo. Main to 

Bates, Ward 1. 
ltiiisr, from 132 Knight to 32 
. Tobey, Wards 7, 8. 
Knight 
19 Court land 
Ahny 
Tobey 
]Siti;;i;old, fr. 72 Carpenter 
to opp. 4 Ken von, Ward 7. 
Carpenter 
Broadway 
32 33 Kenyon 
River, from opp. 110 Grove, 
north to the river, Ward 8. 
Grove 
14 o Ileime 
the river 



| River Ave. fr. 285 Valley 

to Branch Av., Ward 10. 

JCoanoke, fr. 112 Academy 

Av. to Mount Pleasant Av., 

Ward 10. 

It old ii, from Berkley to 

Prescott, Ward 10. 
IColiiiisou, from Gay to 
Taylor, Ward 9. 
Gay 
Prairie Av. 
Taylor 
JEoirer, from Manton Av., 
northerly, Ward 10. 

JCoser "Williams < L fr. 

293 Eddy, Ward 5. 
Itowan, from Chaikstone 

Av. to Glover, Ward 10. 
Itoval, from S53 North Main 

to Knowles, Ward 1. 
ItciCtfles, from Chaikstone 

Av. to Chad Brown, Ward 10. 

JC u* sell, from Hamilton to 

Elmwooa Av., Ward 9. 
Sab in, fr. G2 Cove to 17 Fed- 
eral, Ward 4. 
Cove 
opp. 2 Union 
Mathewson 
17 20 Calender 
26 2G Beverly 
44 Aborn 
Broadway 
65 Federal 
Sackett, fr. Broad to Elm- 
wood Av., Ward 9. 
Broad 

Niagara 
Hamilton 
Elmwood Av. 
Salem, from 24 Dahlia to 331 
Potter's Av., Ward 9. 
Dahlia 
Lilac 

72 Jessamine 
Potter's Av. 
Salisbury, from 265 Plain 

to opp. 11 Ocean, Ward 9. 
Sampson A v. from Fanner 

Av. to Bunington, "Ward 9. 
Sarah, fr. Gilheeney, south- 
erly, Ward 10. 
Sassafras, from 79o Broad, 

Ward 9. 
Saunders* from 14 Lester to 

9 Perkins, Ward 6. 
Sav!«*«, from Allen's Av. to 
070 Broad, Ward y. 
Allen's Av. 
Camtn 
Devine 



bTKKt.T IUKKCTOUY. 



Sayles Street — Continued. 

i) Eddy 



Searle 



o o r 

o French 
Louisa 
Ocean 

Q Hiirnside 
Miner 
Harriot 
Prairie Av. 
California 
Baxter 
Broad 
Scarborough Lame, fr. 
12 High to 387 Broad, \Yard5. 
SchaHer, iron. .UJewett to 

127 Smith, Ward It). 
Sc ool, from 518 Valley to 

Harris Av., Ward 8. 
Scott, fr. 10 Bacon to 5 Doyle 
Av.,\Vardl.. 
•^Scahurv, from 330 Potter's 
Av. to the R. It., Ward 9. 
Seaman, from Admiral to 

Douglas Av., Ward 10. 
Searle, from Civics to 81 

Oxford, Ward 9. 
Sedan, crosses Windmill u. 
City line. Ward It). 
' SeekelJ, from 310 Broad to 
3.;<JPinc, Ward & 
Broad * 

12 Conduit 
Pine 
Sen ter. from opp. 1GS Smith, 

Ward 10. 
Sexton, from North Main to 

Cozzen's Lane, Ward 1. 
Seymour, from Allen's Av., 
near school house to Oxford, 
Ward 'J. 

Allen's Av. 
Camm 
70 Devine 
8S 67 E.ldy 
Plain 
Oxford 
Shamrock, from So. Water 
to 33 Brook. Ward 3. 
South Water 
South Main 
Benefit 
Traverse 
Brook 
Sheldon, • from 433 Benefit 
to opp. i;i Hope, Ward 3. 
o Benefit 

20 Traverse 
o Brook 
Hope 
Sheuerd. from 28 Carpenter 
to 58 Broaduay, Ward 4. 



Mherlmrne, fr. Alitn'dAv. 
to;;4 Ocean, Ward U. 
Allen's Av. 
o Camin 
54 53 Eddy 
80 71) Plain 
Ocean 
Shcri«lan, from MaTifon Av. 
near Dyerville, Ward 10. 

Sherman, from Lan^don to 

Greeley, Waul 10. 
Sherwood, from Douglas 
Avenue, near Vandcwatcr, 
W ard 10. 
Shi m ho Allcv, from 17 
Walnut to L0 Walker, W'd 4. 
Ship, from the ferry to Gfi 
Chestnut, Ward 5. 
o Dyer 
Eddy 
42 43 Richmond 
00 Hi how 
74 Bassett 
S'J Clifford 
Chestnut 
Short, from Broad to 13 Bax- 
ter, Ward 0. 
Short Allev, from 425 No. 

Main to -'0 Benefit, Ward 1. 
Short Av. 1r. Egan, Wd.10. 
Shove, from Nash Lane to 

Hedley, Ward 1. 
Sibley, from Elmwood to 

Mashupau^ Pond, Ward 0. 
Silver, from 103 So. Main to 

<\J South Water, Ward 3. 
Silver Spring, fr. Charles 

to Northup Av., Ward 10. 
Sixth, fr. Broad,. iunc. Eddy, 

to Cranston line, Ward 9. 
Slater Ave. from Irving 
Av. to Vernon Av., Ward 1. 
Irving Av. 
Lloyd Av. 
President A v. 
Ed ire wood Av. 
Laurel A v. 
Glen Av. 
Upton Av. 
Lincoln A v. 
Clarendon Av. » 

Mount Av. 
Vernon Av. 

Slocum. from opp. 11 Almy 
to opp. K> darkness, Ward 3. 

Smith, from 201 North Main 
to Citv line, Wards 1, 10. 

1 2 North Main 
21 Canal 

3fi Cliarles 
88 Back 
Kuilroad Place 



STREET UIBECTOUY. 



31 



59 



103 



Gaspce 

44 State 
GO Davis 

Wood's Av. 
80 Jefferson 
Francis 
Park 
100 Liberty 
100 Holden 
120 Carroll 
127 Schatfei 
134 Common 
1.14 Winsor 
opp. 108 Senter 
m Onus 
opp. 203 Cnndace 
203 K*ten 

Wayne 
251 Duke 
203 Chalkstone Av. 

270 Dant'orth 
293 young Av. 

Clara 
290 300 Buggies 







r redcrie 
Mh 



Oakland* Av. 
Klmhurst 
Hirer Av. 
Eaton 
Siuithiield Ave. from 
Baneli Avenue to N. F. line, 
Ward 10. 
Snow, from 221 Broad to S8 
Washington, Ward 4. 
Broad 
18 Chapel 
38 Westminster 
74 Washington 
Solar, from 111 Dean to 124 

Atwell's Av., Ward 4. 
Somerset, from 4'*>0 Broad 
to 03 W<\st Cliilord, Ward 0. 
(I Broad 
16 Hay ward 
42 41 Pn.e 
Friend-hip 
West Clifford 
Soules Ave. from Valley, 
near Senter to Okie, Ward 10. 
South, fr. Providence River 
to 52 i'lain, Witrd 5. 
Providence iliver 
30 35 Eddy 
54 53 Richmond 
76 75 Chestnut 
92 93 Parsonage 
114 113 Hospital 

141 Butler 
170 169 Hoppin 

201 Plain 
South Auirell, from 209 
Angell to Fast River, Wd. 2. 



South Av. fr. Egan.Wd. 10. 
South Court, from 133 No. 
.Main to 34 Con-don, Wd 2. 
North Main 
Benefit 
2H Wheaton 
Congdon 
South Main, fr. 34 Market 
Square to India, Wards 2, 3. 

1 Market Square 
10 9 College 
9 Leonard 
4< llaleey Av. 
52 Hopkins 
57 .Jenkins Av. 
85 Crawford 
107 Custom Av. 
125 Waid 
139 Packet 
154 157 Planet 
107 Bullion 
184 177 Power 

165 Cold 
194 Harding's Alley 
193 Sdvcr 
209 Coin 
221 Patriot 
231 Doubloon 
230 Williams 
243 Sovereign 
251 Guilder 
274 2' .7 .lames 
.X12 3<»0 Transit 
opp. 315 Wickenden 
821 Dollar 
33! Dime 
350 Cent 
374 Farthing 
390 Bridge 
398 399 Pike 
4:'.4 Shamrock 
4<i3 India. 



An 



ell 



W a viand 
37 Butler Av. 
Fast River 



Sou 


th Water, from 39 


Ma 


rket Square to India, 


Wards 2. 3. 


1 


Market Square 


4 


College 


4 


Leonard 


17 


liaise v Av. 


21 


Jenkins Av. 


38 


Crawford 


47 


Custom Av. 


53 


Ward 


57 


Packet 


65 


Planet 


69 


Bullion «•• 


71 


Power 


77 


Gold 


83 


Silver 


88 


Coin 


10 


Patriot 


99 


Doubloon 


108 


So*, e reign 


109 


Guilder 


110 


James 


132 


Trim bit 





Dollar 



South Water Street-Cmtinued. 

' m cu!t c 

Pike 
8h«mrock 
India 
Soyeieis.. from 213 South 
Mam to 105 So. Water, W'd 3. , 

^'w'^V,"* , fro V, 1 Oaklands 
A\. to Rngglcs, Ward 10 | 

opp. 30 E«H 



i Steere A ire. fro,,, 207 Man- 

WardlST t0 ** Amh W 

Stenheu from 221 Manton 

J Manton Avenue 
19 Amherst 

27 Amsterdam 
u Atwcii's Avenue 

.Stevens from 131 Charles to 
Hewes, Ward 1. 



Dexter 

fe' f»«g »W High to 101 
l^OCkwood, Ward 6. 

High 
16 15 Pond 

3G Broad 

Lock wood 

S \va^r :,mB0ndt0Li ^ 
4 Bond 
tirayton Av. 

40 41 J), -an 

63 07 Eutaw 

86 87 Teftl 
,96 93 Crout 
106 105 Aeon, 
124 125 Murphy 
i.>4 lu-> Sutton 
J44 McAvoy 
KG Liiy 

StamiieiM, from 456 North 

Mam to II ewes, Ward 1. 
Srauifoi <?, from Blaekston* 

tolOirul/.io.Wardo. ° ne I 

Bhi.-kstoue 
54 Ash 

A Pilgrim 

Bowman 
, Public. 

S fm 5i* y Ar fr0m X0rtIi t0 BU^ I 

irogton, Ward 10. 

Stttusbury, from Doujrlas { 

Av M nearWanskuck,Wardl0. ! 

Staples frorn Broad to ' 

Cranston line. Ward y. i 

S !?£ fl T m l 1? North Main to j 

00 Uenehr, \\ H rd ]. 



State, 

Ornis, Ward 1. 
Smith 

Orms 



*0 Smith to 52 



,s .^:,v: i,rt ' , fro 'n 202 nigh to 

^lnenOsh Jp ,WardG. 

28 27 Pohd 

I Broad 

04 63 Conduit 

( 81 Warner's Lane 

1 'J Pine 

106 Friendship 

I S frT a * rt *'«»"■*, from 190 
j {jgj* |° opposite 29 Garden, 

I S ^h15V,wtrd8. 108i H ^ 

s ^k fr - DuffytoHebro ^ 

1 S u 1 S >' a /, 1 • f rom Austin to 311 
Public, Ward 9. 

j S " , "'" e, > , fro '» 256 High to 

°2 o'lfM, P ' WardU - 
I 20 Pond 
Broad 
j 80 Conduit 
j 105 Meadow 

Pine 
friendship 
I Summit, from Elmwood to 

Masliapau«r J oiici, Ward 9 
I L! m wood 

Crescent 
j OMashapaugPond 
1 Suiinysi<ie, fromVeazieto 
j Seaman, Ward 10. 

! S ; o W7;»»> i\ -316 Cranston 
to i_.. Dexter. Ward 8. 
J> Cranston 
26 Monroes Court 

\% are 
48 40 Diamond 
Dexter 

s "*'*"• from 47 Diamond to 
oOG Cranston, Ward8 

U Diamond 
opp. 16 Parade 

22 Monroe Court 

U Cranston 



6TCF.F.T DIRECTORY. 



Siiilmi, from 1.'3 Broadway 
to the H. it , Waul 7. 
B road way 
22 21 Asia 
44 Let 
At well's Av. 
Spruce 
Cedar 
Railroad 
Swan, from Allen's Ave. to 
rear 4^5 Ocean, Ward 9. 
Allen's Av. 
Can i in 



56 



Devine 



Teff't. from 24 Kenyon to 1S6 
Ueaii, Wards 7,4. 
U Ken von 
Kurope 

Federal 



Eddv 
87 Plain 
Ocean 
Swan Ave. from Eaton to 

Admiral, Ward 10. 

Swan Point ICoau, fr. 

junction 01 ncy and North to 

City line, Wards 1, 10. 

Sweetbriar. fr. Oak lands 

Av.to lOOliardeuburg.W'd 10. 

Swiss, from opp. Ii7 Knight 

to Ridge, Waru.7. 
Svbaris, fr. Roger, westerly, 

Ward 10. 
Sycamore, from 802 High 
to bo Chaoin Av.. Ward 8. 
(i High 
Oak 
38 ZT> Willow 
54 Hudson 
01 Wood 
Chap in A v. 
Sycamore Place, from 

50 Willow, Ward 8. 
Taher Ave. from opp. 131 
Angell to Laurel Avenue, 
Wards 1, 2. 
o Angell 
Humboldt Av. 
6 Irving Av. 
Llovd Av. 
President Av. 
Laurel Av. 
Tall man's Lane, from 
108 Chestnut to Providence 
RiVer, Ward 5. 
Chestnut 
Richmond 
Eddy 

l'r>»\ idence River 
Tuppun, fr. 187 Admiral to 
Hawkins, Ward 10. 

r ray lor, from Dora to Peace, 
Ward a. 
o Dora 

Rourbon 
Wesievan Av. 
Harvard Av. 
o o Clinton 
o Peace 







Africa 



AtwtU's Av. 
8 Trainor 
14 13 Spruce 
20 19 Cedar 
39 Dean 
Tell, from opp. 108 Knight to 
Ridge, Wards 7, 8. 
Knight 
C'ourtiand 
Almy 
Ridge 

opp. 71 Public 



r'sAv., Ward 9. 

i 80 Transit to 



Temple, from 

to la Poite ' 

T haver, fron 

Olnev, Wards L',y. 

1 2 Transit 

12 Arnold 

22 John 

ot> Williams 

Power 

Charles Field 
G4 6,*? Benevolent 

George 

Manning 

Water! n an 

Prospect Allev 

Angell 

Olive 

159 Meeting 
170 171 Gushing 
178 177 Bowen 

•0 Llovd Av. 

245 Keone 
Hope 

Pa rues 

Olncy 
Thomas, from 70 Xo. Main 

to Ins Benefit, Ward 2. ' 
Thompson, from 243Wick- 

enden to 102 India, Ward 5. 

Thornnike, from Angell 
to Meeting, Ward 2. 

Tliroop, from 110 Xo. Main 

to Si) Canal, Ward 2. 
Thmber's Ave. from 
Allen's Av. to Broad, Ward 9, 
Allen's Av. 
Clarke 

5(5 llylcstead 
00 Biundeil 
79 Eddy 
108 Plain 
118 Edwin 

119 Tim rher's Court 
121 Ocean 
143 Burnside 
108 Prairie Av. 
Broad 



to 



ThMi;l»er*N <onH, from 

ill* J nurber's Av., Ward y. 
''•"iiIkt-h I. sum', from 24 

Branch Avenue to Frintcry, 
AVardl. "' 

TifTany, fr. Clmlksfonc A v., 
near horse car barn, Word 10 

Xlfglilman, from Jt"Ato21 
C, Ward G. 

A 
B 

; o o c 

Tingley, from 50 Acorn to 
liale, \\ ard 4. 
Acorn 
Elizabeth 
Charlotte 
Hope 
lhue 

1*i|M»ecaitoe, fr. 10 Elbow I 
to 127 Richmond, Ward 5. 

Tol»ey. from 789 lligl 
Ridge, Ward 8. 

o o iiigh 

Jfi Mender 
Broadway 
43 44 Grove 
32 Ring 
Penn 
Ridge 
Towro, from 1G2 Branch Av. 
W ard JO. 

r K?**?** f™™ 33 Federal to 
n Aborn, Ward 4. 
Federal 
OAtwellsAv. 
A born 
r| ]»"»<'"', from 10 Clarke to 

Z9 Pavilion Av., Ward 9. 
Trainor, from 8 Tcfft to 9 
Acorn, Ward 7. 

Transit, from 132 S. Water 
to the river. Ward 3 
OSo-ath Water 

Wickenden 
20 South .Main 
41 Benefit 
W Mohawk Alley 
8n Thaver ' 
120 m Brook 
Hope 
BS 170 r>ov e 
r 0K] Kast 
*l>,S 203 Governor 

11 C Si .konk Hirer 

8 Ster" 



Tren.out, from 188 Chariei 
to Dpp. 1' Aciiburton, Ward 1. 

Trenton, from opp. 29 Gov* 
ermtrtoSeekotik River, W d:j. 
Governor 
Gouldirig 

e Ives 

Seckonk Rivet 

Trinity Suaro, junction 
Broad and Greenwich, Wd 8. 



I Turner, from Valley to 
near Atwell's Av., Ward'lQ. 

Tyler, from Pacific Av. to 
ienner Av.. Ward 0. 
Pacific A v. 
.Jargon Av. 
Faith 
havid 
Frankfort 
OFennerAv. 

,|, n V , « v "\>, Co„ rt , from 558 

lli^rh, ^ ard 8. 

l/nca», fr. En* Av. toLori- 
nier Av., W ard li.j. 

Union, from 153 Broad to 
opp.SSabiii, Ward 4. 
Broad 
7 Middle 
15 Westminster 
91 Happy 
25 Fn ton 
32 Comfort 

38 Washington 
Worcester 
Fountain 
Sabin 
Union Ave. from 24 Bur- 
riiigton to Pleasant VicwAv.. 
AN ard 9. 

o Burrington 
Nurse i y A v. 
Pleasant View Av. 

Unit, from Manton Av. Dear 
Atwell's Ay., Ward 10. 

Uudike, from Whitmarah to 

opp. 25.s Public, WardO. 

Whirmarsh 

Moore 

Daboll 
Mautiev 

Public " 
t r l»ton Ave. from Wav- 
land Av. to Grotto Avenue, 
Ward 1. 

M Wnylaud Av. 

Cttlts Av. 

I) Slater Av. 

Butler Av. 

Grotto Av. 

Vale, from Oaklands Av. to 
88 ilardenberg, Ward 10. 



BTBEEI DIBEOTOBY. 



Vallev, from Holden. opp. 
"West Fark to 23 Dike, Wards 



Holden 

Culuis 



<> ! 



liter 



Onus 
Hemlock 
Cleveland 
Cornell 
285 River Av. 
818 Eagle 
8$ Harold 
Turner 
Newark 
Atwell'B Av. 

Barstow 
Amherst 
430 Helme 
4>>2 drove 

502 501 Delaine 
51S School 

opp. 552 West R'eachery 
Broadway 
573 High 
Dike 
Van tie water, fr. Doug- 
las Avenue, near Stransbury, 
Ward 10. 
Van Zanclt, from Pacific 
Av. to Faith, Ward 9. 
Pacific Av. 
.Jackson Av. 
Faith 
Vaughn n, from .Northup 

Av. to Ledge, Ward 10. 
Veazie, from Douglas Av. 
to Woodward Road, Ward 10. 
Vermont, fr. opp. 1.3 Nash 

Lane to 71 Randal;, Ward 1. 
Vernon, from 7 Pallas to 
13 Vinton, Ward 7. 
Pallas 
23 Bat toy 
68 07 Vinton 
Vernon Ave. from Slater 
Av. to Grotto Av., Wardl. 
Slater Av. 
Butler Av. 
Grotto Av. 
Veto, from Alieant to 220 

Admiral, Ward 10. 
Vincent, crosses Columbia 
Av. and Calia, Ward'.'. 

Vine, from 75 Pearl to 20 

Portland, Waid 0. 
Vinevara, from 272 Potter's 

Av. to opp. 34 Carter, Ward U. 
Potter's Av. 
opp. S Hawthorne 

f Carter 
Vinton, from lJ'Z Carpenter 

to Head, Ward 7. 
Carpenter 



13 Vernon 
24 Brighton 
Broadway 
81 Asia 
115 Lee 
128 (i.sler 

Head 
Violet, from 102 Chalk«tone 

▲v. to 251 Onus, Ward 10. 
"Walker, from 305 Westmin- 
ster to UW Founts in, Ward 4. 
Westminster 
20 Shimbo Alley 
Washington 
Fountain 

"Wall in a: , from Nichols to 
opp. 08 \\ est River, Ward 1. 
'2 1 Nichols 
10 Pettis 

51 Hedlev 
52 West River 
Walnut, from 3;'5 Westmin- 
ster to 1)4 Washiiigton,VV , d4. 
Westminster 

17 Shimlio Alley 
Wmshiagton 
Wanxkuck JCoa<l, from 
Douglas Av., near Admiral, 
Ward 10. 
Ward, from 125 Scuth Main 

to .J3 South Water, Ward 2. 
Ware, from 32 Superior, 
Ward 8. 

Warner's Lane, from 81 

Sic wart, Ward 0. 
Warren, fr. .:.°» Greenwich 
to 102 Dexter, Ward 8. 
1 Greenwich 
42 Fuller 
Harrison 
82 Dexter 
Washburn, from 4S Com- 
mon to 142 Onus, Ward 10. 
Washington, from Dor- 
rance to 05 Knight, W'ds 4, 7. 
2 i)oi ranee 
18 21 Eddy 
4s 4') Union 
58 57 Ciemcnce 
70 71 Mathcvson 

87 Beverly 
88 Snow 

<>7 Hnyden 
IW A born 
106 107 Walker 
114 Walnut 
110 Grwne 
VJ* 127 Jackson 
14U 14.i Franklin 

i> 1st Dean 
224 Oliver 

2;lo • Lafarette 
249 Battey 
♦ Js5 Knight 



BTUKKT DIRECTORY. 



Washington Court, fr. 

02 Knight, Ward 7. 

Washington ICow, from 

1 Westminster to 1 Exchange 
Place, Wurd 4. 

Waterloo, fr. opp. 8 Dexter 
to opp. 7 Parade, Ward 8. 

Waterman, tr. 49 N. Main 
to Central Bridge, Wurd 2. 
North Main 

9 Blnko's Court 
23 Benefit 
Prospect Alley 

02 61 Prospect 
78 77 Brown 

102 l(r> Thayer 
118 117 Brook 
137 Hope 
150 14!) Cooke 
100 (Jovcrnor 
182 181 Ives 
200 201 Gano 

Wa viand 
200 261 Butter Av. 
Belleview Av. 
East River Street 
Central Bridge 
Waverly, fr. "62 Cranston 
to Long Pond, Ward 9. 

WavlainI, from George to 
Angell, Wards 1,2. 
George 
Pitman 
Manning 

East Manning 
Waterman 
Douglass 

South Angell 
Angell 
Waylntnl Ave. from 214 
Angell to Qluey, Wards 1, 2. 
Angell 

3 Orchard A v. 
Humboldt Av. 
Irving Av. 
Llovtl Av. 
President Av. 

Everett Av. 

Margrave Av. 
Laurel Av. 

Glen Av. 

Upton Av. 

Lincoln Av. 
Oiney 
Wayne, from opp. 53 Doug- 
las Av. to Nolan, Ward 10. 

Webster, fr. 20 \shburton 
to opp. 'J'J Delhi, Wards 1, id. 
U Ashburton 

16 19 Kailrond crossing 
42 38 Ambrose 
63 0<> Evans 
81 Borva 
92 Delhi 



Weed en, from l«l Atwcll'i 
Ave. to H'l Federal, Ward 7. 

Weeden Com't, from 102 
Federal, Ward 7. 



Maiden, 



Weeks, from 

Wurd 10. 
Weleome Ave. from 350 
Prairie Av., Ward 0. 

Wolf« from Planet to opp. 14 
Williams, Wards 2, 3. 
Pin net 
Power 

Harding's Alley 
Williams 

We *1 e y : i n Ave. f ro m 
Broad to Taylor, Ward 9. 

West, from 54 Dean to 9 
Belknap, Ward 7. 
Dean 
Carsill 

Belknap 

West ISleaehery, from 

opp. 57/2 Valley, Ward 8. 

W r est Clifford, from 155 
Point to opDosite 11 Dudley, 
Wards 6, 8." 

2 Point 
Lock wood 
34 35 Bear I 

51 Portland 
64 Somerset 

71 Linden 
82 70 Myrtle 
85 Dudley 
Western, crosses at45and 
40 Jenkins to 52 Earie's 
Lane, Ward 1. 
West JF.xoliaiige, from 
A born to Bray ton Avenue, 
Ward 4. 
West field, from 43 Green- 
wich to 114 Dexter, Ward 8. 
4 Greenwich 
37 Fuller 
Harrison 
84 83 Dexter 
West. Friendship, from 
515 Broad to 42 Greenwich, 
Ward 8. 
West Iloylc, fr. 39 Cran- 
ston, Ward (J. 
Westminster, from Wey- 
bo-.set Bridge to 83 High, 
Ward 4. 

1 Washington Row 
2 Dver 

28 Wrybossct 
47 Exehan^e 
77 McNeil's Lane 
79- Arcade Building 

105 Arcade Street 
100 Orange 



BTT.EET DIRECTORY. 



Vy> 141 Dorrance 
134 175 Eddy 
1*4 211 Union 
204 220 Clemeaec 
226 LM."> Matliewson 

263 Moulton 
250 275 Snow 
270 291 A bom 

305 Walker 
292 Burrill 

335 Walnut 

347 Greene 

3S1 Jackson 
363 High 

West I*:irk, from 50 Park 
to lioldcn, Ward 1. 

WestlXiver, fr. 209 Charles 

to Srf Branch Av., Wda 1, 10. 

1 Charles 
opp. 30 Wilcox 

08 Powder-Mill Lane 
opp. 68 Walling 
75 I led ley 
92 Cap well 
95 "SVh olden 
110 Burt 
113 Cross 
131 Darling 
opp. 148 Dart 
190 Elk 
opp. 190 McKcnna 

102 Burke 
Low 

Monterey 
Branch Av. 

Weybosset, from 28 West- 
minster to J.; L>orranee,W'd 5. 
2 1 Westminster 
6 Dun well's Gangway 
22 Post-office Court 

36 Custom House Street 
52 llarkucss Court 
64 I lav 

7S Peck 
90 91 Orange 

103 107 Dorrance 

Wheaton, from 28 S. Court 
to 40 Bo wen, Ward 2. 

Wheaton Ave. from 394 
Potter's Av. to Huntington 
Av., Ward '.). 

Potters Av. 
22 28 ATithony Av. 

Huntington Av. 

Whelden, from Printerv to 
95 West River, Wards 1, 10. 
Printery 
Nichols 
40 McKenna 
61 Bowling Place 
62 West Kiver 

Whipple, from 97 Douglas 

Av. to Admiral, Ward 10. 



White, from Pawtucket Av. 

toColiyer, Ward 10. 

W lilt mai'S It. from opp.5S0 
Broad to Lun- Pond. Wurd'j, 
Broad 

Updike 
Greenwich 
Long Pond 

Whittomore Plare. fr. 

17 Willow, WardS. 



%Vi 


ek 


entlcu, from opp. 31 j 


s. 


Mai 


n to Governor 


Ward 3 







South Main 




2 




Transit 









Gregory 






63 C< 






HI 


Bridge 




Hi) 


}2.~> 


Benefit 




1..J 


IV, 


Tra\ erne 




'2W 


201 


JJrook 






2 4:: 


Thompson 






I'ti'j 


Ann 




302 





Hope 










East 




3:;0 


Governor 





Wilcox, from opp. 30 West 
Kiver to Burt, Ward 10. 

Wild, crosses Branch Ave., 
above Veazie, Ward 10. 

Wiley, from 42 Fillmore, 
Ward 10. 

Wilkinm, from Grand View 

to Knowles, Ward 1. 
Willar<?, from Allen's Av. 
to^Ui Plain, WardO. 
Allen's Av. 
Eddy 

Culver 
38 Bishop 
87 Plain 

Williams, from 230 S.Main 
to Seekonk Kiver, Ward 3. 
1 South .Alain 

14 Weil 
__ L'3 Benefit 

55 Neighbor's Lane 
61 Church's Lane 
68 69 Thayer 
80 Brook 
117 Hope 
121 Dove 
129 East 
lG- r > Governor 
191 Ives 

SeeKonk River 
Willing'* All«>> , from 2 
Francis to Wood s> Avenue, 
Ward 1. 

Willow, fro jo 29 Parade to 
48 Messcr, Ward 8. 

Parade 
10 Willow Place 



opp. 



BTBEET PIUIKJTOP.Y. 



Wilton' Street — Von finned, 
17 Whittcmore Place 
22 Willow Court 
42 41 Sycamore 
50 Sycamore Place 

.30 Palm 

74 Meseer 
Willow <onrt, from 02 

Willow, WardS. 
Willow l*l:*ee, from 10 

Willow, Ward 8. 
"Wilson, from 23 Greenwich 
to 00 Harrison, Ward 8. 
Greenwich 
32 Puller 
47 Giitnorc 
57 Constitution 
70 (!'.) 1 1 arris on 
Windmill, from Ledge, 

northerly, \s ard 10. 
Winslow I* !:i ce, from 305 

Biuud to Pond, Ward 5. 
Winsor, from 154 Smith to 

150 Onus, Ward 10. 
Winter, from 352 Iligh to 
413 Broad, WardG. 
1 High 
Cranston 
13 19 Pond 
C4 65 Broad 
WintHrop, fr. Pacific Av. 
to Faith, Ward 9. 
Pacific Av. 
OJairksonAv. 
Faith 
Wood, from 63 Parade to % 
Messes, Ward 8. 
Parade 
32 31 s&camore 
Messer 
Wooilliine, from No. Main 
to Camp, Ward 1. 
U North .Main 
Highland 
Camp 



Woodbine Ave. fr. But* 

irr Av. to Urookside Avenue, 
Ward 1. 

WoiMllanil, from Jloldcn 
tofti Park, Wardl. 

Wood's Ave. fr. 59 Smith 
to opp. ■*.!> Park, Wurd 1. 
u Smith 

Wiliimr's Alley 
Francis 
Park 
Woo<l\viir«l I*«»a<i, from 

Branch Avenue to Evans, 
Ward 10. 

W(»ona«<|iintii<>ket Av 
from Fruit Hill Av., Manton 
Village, Ward 10. 

Worcester, fr. C7Clcmence 
to 24 Cove, Ward 4. 
Cl> rnence 
10 Union 
Cove 

Wyatt, from 927 Eddy to 
Plain, Ward 9. 

Yale Ave. from Carleton, 
westerly, Ward 10. 

York, from Plain, junction 
Broad, to Pddy, Ward 9. 

Youncf r.Applet'n to Audrey 

Yonnjr A v. from 293 Smith 
to Chaikstone Av., Ward 10. 

Young; Orchard Ave. 

from Hope to 113 Goveruor, 
Ward 3. 

llopo 

Cooke 

Governor 

Zone, fr. 268 Orms to Chalk- 
stone Avenue, Ward 10. 



J. S. F. HUDDLESTON, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

; Barometers, Thermometers, Hydrometers, &c, 

24=2 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON. 

! Reliable Therm- -meter-, Hydrometer*, &c, in every variety, s.r.d made 
■with special udaputi m to uhv purpose tor which such Instruments can 
; be used. Repairing promptly attended to. 

Sole maker of the If V£i-o|>h:tnt. patented by Prof. J. Wint.Ock, 
, cf Harvard Observatory, and .1. S. h\ Hi ni»LK8TON,a novel and intcr- 
: estiuj: instrument of jo™i simplicity, for showing W|f -h accuracy and 
j uith-jut computation, both the Temperature and Humidity of the Air. 



BUILDINGS, HALLS, BLOCKS, Etc. 



Academy of Music, 129 Westminster 

Albion Building, 2S7 to 207 Broad 

Arcade Building, 76 to 84 Westminster 

Arnold Block, 47 North Main 

Athenaeum, Benefit, corner College 

Atlantic Building, 45 Westminster 

Bank of Commerce Building, 4 Market square 

Barnaby Building, 198 Westminster 

Barstow's Block, Westminster, corner Aborn 

Barton Building, 2 to 6 Weybosset 

Beethoven Hall, 57 Snow 

Blackstone Block, 27 and 33 Weybosset 

Bowers Block, 105 North Main 

Breck's Building, 35 North Main 

Brown University, Prospect, opp. head of College 

Brownell Buildiug, 01 and 93 Westminster 

Burgess Building, i<'>4 Westminster 

Butler Exchange, 103 Westminster 

Butler Hospital for the Insane, N. E. part of the city 

Carroll Hall, 281 High 

Charity Building, 3 North Court 

Cheapside Block, 28 North Main 

Cheapside Hall, 28 North Main 

City Hall, Exchange place 

Cottage How, Wanskuck 

Court House, Benelit, corner College 

Custom House, Weybosset, cor. Custom House street 

Daniels Block, Custom House street 

Bay Building, 100 and 102 Dyer, cor. Crawford square 

Dorrance Building. Westminster, cor. Dorrauce 

Downes' Block, rear Manton ave., next abv. Aleppo 

Doyle Block, 170 to 182 North Main 

Durfee Building, 73 to 81 Dver 

Elizabeth Building, 102 to lOti North Main 

Equitable Bldg., Custom House st.. c. of Weybosset 

Exchange Building, 53 to 57 Westminster 

Fletcher Building, 173 Westminster, cor. Eddy 

Franklin House, 27 to 33 Market square 

Freedom Hall, 001 Eddy 

Cranite Block, from 8 to 16 Market square 

Hall's Building, 45 to 53 Wevbosset '% 

Harkness Block, 5i to 64 Weybosset 

Harmony Hall, 70 Weybosset '\ 

High School, Summer, corner Pond '"- J 

Hope Block, 21 North Main 

Hoppin Homestead Building, 277 to 289 Westminster 

MOppiiTs Block, 17 to 35 Westminster 

Howard Hall, 137 Westminster 



UL'ILIUNGS, HALLS, BLOCKS, KTC. 



Jones' Block, 22 to 2$ Westminster 
Lester Hall. 116 Cranston 

Lonsdale Block. 14* North Main 
Low's Block, 109 Westminster 

Low's Opera House, 12 Union, opp. Middle 

Lyceum Buildinar, 62 Westminster 

Masonic Hall, What Cheer Building 

Mechanics' Library, i»s Weybosset 

Merchants Bank Building. 14 Westminster 

Merchants Exchange, 50 Weybosset 

Moshassuck Mall, to Weybosset 

Music Hall, 27(1 Westminster 

Narragansett Block, 15fi Westminster 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 1)7 Weybosset 

Owen Building, Oyer, corner Bine 

Parsons Block. 22 ('anal 

Phenix Hall, 12!) Westminster 

Place's Hall. Pearl, corner Central 

Post-ollice, Weybosset, corner of Custom House st. 

Providence Opera House, Dorrance, cor. Pine 

Reform School, Fast, corner of Front 

Reynolds' Building. 'M Wevbosset 

Rhodes' Block. 207 Westminster 

Rhode Island Hospital, Eddy, near Lockwood 

Richmond Building, 211 to 218 Broad 

Richmond Hall, 137 Westminster 

Stale House, North Main, between North Court ant 

South Court 
Taylor's Building, 225 Westminster 
Te'fft Block, 197 to 201 Broad 
Temperance Hall, 225 Westminster 
Temperance Hall, cor. Eddy and Potter's avenue 
Theatre Comique, Weybosset, opp. Peck 
Union Bank Building. 2 to 10 Westminster 
Union J Fall, 133 Broad 

Unity Hall, Ocean, corner Potter's avenue 
Vaughan Building, 19 to 'il Custom House street 
Wade's Block. 170 to 185 South Main 
Washington Bui Ming, 5 Washington row 
Wayland Building, North Main, corner Meeting 
Weedeu's Block, 41 Westminster 
Westminster Block, 50 Westminster 
Weybossett Block, IT to 25 Weybosset 
What Cheer Building, east side of Market square 
Wheaton & Anthony Building, 65 Westminster 
Wiicox Building, 42 to 40 Wevbosset 
Woods' Building, 12 South Maih 




SMtcfo States of Jmtrita. 

NATIO\A I, GOVE RX MEXT. 

Safari/. 
I President, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio, $50,000 . 

[Term ends March 4, 18S1J 
i Vice-Prea., William A. Wiikf.i.f.u, of New York 

[Term ends March 4, 1881.J 
I Secretary of State, William M. Evartfi, 

i Secretary of the Treasury, John Sherman, 

! Secretary of War, , 

i Secretary of the Nary, Richard M. Thompson, 
; Secretary of the Interior, Carl Schur/, 
j Postmaster- General, David M. Key, 

l Attorney- General, Charles De vena, 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

i The Supreme Court is held in the city of Washington, and has one 
session annually, commencing on the second Monday in October, and 
such adjourned or special terms as may be accessary for the despatch 

i of business. -There are now nine Judicial Circuits, in each of which 
a Circuit Court is held twice every year, for every State within the Cir- 
cuit, by the Circuit Judge appointed for the Circuit, or by the District 
Judge of the State orDisirict in which the Courts sits.. Each Justice of 
the Supreme Court must every two years attend at least one term oi 
the Circuit Court in each district of his Circuit. The Judges are ap- 
pointed for lite, or during good behavior. Any Judge who has held 
his coinmision ten years, and resigns after reaching too age of seventy, 
shall receive the same salary during the rest of his lite. 

By the act of Congress of Jnlv li.jd, lsoo, the several circuits are 
thus constituted, to wit: Firsts The Districts of Maine, New Hamp- 
shire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island. . Second, Vermont, Connecticut, 
New York. Third, New Jersey, IV-un-^ ivunia. and Delaware. Fourth, 
Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Caro- 
lina. Fifth, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Missi-sippi, Louisiana, and 
Texas. S ixth, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Seventh 1 
Indiana, Illinois, and "Wisconsin. Eighth, Minnesota. Iowa, Missouri. 
Kansas, Arkansas, & Nebraska. Xin'h, California. Oregon. ^ Nevada. 
By the act of April 10, I860, the Supreme Court is made to consist of 
the Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices, any six of whom make 

; a quorum. Justices have been assigned to the circuits as follows ; 

■Circuit. Ji'.sidtuce. App'>lK'cd. Salary 

4 Morrison R. Waite, Chief Justice, Toledo, u. 

1 Nathan Clifford, Associate Justice, Portland. Me. 

2 Ward Hunt, " New York, 
William M. Strong, '« Philadelphia, Pa. 



Joseph P. Bradley, " Newark, "N. J. 

Noah II. Swayne, 



i«n. 


810,.vhj 


ISoS, 


10,000 


1872, 


10,000 


1870, 


10,0n0 


1870, 


10,000 



.... ,o. 

JohuM. Harlan, « Louisville. Kv. 1*77, H'.mmi 

S Samuel F. Miller, " Keokuk, Iowa, 1862, Hvm/ 

Stephen J. Field, " San F,ancisco,Cal. ls(B, K»,ooo 

Sam'l P. Phillip.-,, Solicitor-General, Washington, L.C l-."'», 7.Vo 

Edwin B. Smith, Asst. Att'y Gen% " 1875, 5,000 

• Inomas Simons, Asst. ' l " " 1875, 5,000 

Daniel W. Middhion, Clerk. John G. Nicoiay. Marshal. 

By the same act of xVmil 10, IrJ.». provi ion I* made for the appoint- 
ment of a Circuit Judge for each ui the nine Circuit-, to reside in the 
Circuit and ivceivo an annual salary of $3,000., with the same power 
aud jurisdiction in his Circuit as the Judge of the Supreme Court 
a. mtteil thereto. The following are the Circuit .Iud-e>: 1st Circuit, 
John Lowell, of Boston, Mass^ 2d, Alexander S. Jonnson, of New 
York; 3d, Win. McKennan. of Washington. Pa.: 4th, Ilmrh L. Bond, 
of Baltimore, Md.; S*.h, William B.Woods, of Mont-oincrv. Ala.; 
uth, John Kaxt. r, of knoxviih, Tenn. ; 7:h, Thomas DnimnVond, of 
C'Ucago, 111. ; 8th, Gcorsje W. McCrary, of !• >wa j 9th, L irenjeo Sawyer, 
°t fan Francisco, California. 



MO 



NATIONAL BEGISTER. 



Court ok Claims. -Glumes D. Drake, Chief ju*rice. C. C Wott, 
Win. A. Richardson, .J. C. Bancroft I la via, William II. Hunt. Judge*. 
Archibald Hopkins. Chief Clerk. The Court holdd its sessions in tlic 
Capitol, at Washington, D.C. 

Commission i:na Coi.ut of Claims.— Samuel Jennison, Boston; 
Thomas M. Stetson, Now Bedford; Joseph B. F. Osgood, Solent ; 
J. Henry Hill, Worcester. 

l'RKASUKLR OF THE UNITE!) STATES.— James GilHIlan. 

I\IM'I>VAI Rn,T VI'V —flrattn 1! Uamn r'nmo.^iiiniiH 



. Knox. 

1 Gr. Le Due. 



Intkbxal Revenue.— Green U. Uaum, Comn 

COMITBOLLEU OF THE CtJEBEN< Y.— Join ' 

Commissioner of aurn Cltuue.— wiliu... ^. *. 
Commissioner of Pensions.— John a. Bentley. 
Commissioner of Patents.— II. 10. Paine. 
Commissioner of Eouuation. — John Katun. 
Commissioner of Land Office.— James A. "Will iamson. 
Commissioner of Inoian office.— I--. A. Havt. 

CONUBESSIONAL PUIN'I T.R.— John I). Defree*. 

Librarian of Congress.— A. K. spoftord. 
Sura. Census Office.— Francis A. Walker. 
UNITED States MaKSH al. — Frederick Douglass. 



f o it r y.sixtii cm* x <u as j: s s . 

Began March 4th, 1879; ends March 4th, 1881. 
Officers of the Senate.— William A. Wheeler, President. 
John C Burch, Secretary. " 
Bright, Serjeant-at-Arms. 



F. E. Schrober, Chief Clerk. Richard II. 

W. R. Creury, Postmaster. Bcv. Josepi 
G. Bullock, Chaplain. 

Officers of Tire HOUSE.— Samuel J. Randall, Speaker. George M 
Adams, of Kentuekv, Clerk. John G. Thompson, of Ohio, Serge&nt- 
at-Arms. J.T*. Eeavey, Doorkeeper. Janu 
Postmaster. Rev. W. P. Harrison, Chaplain 
Figures after Senators' names show the date when term expires 
Representatives, the number of district. 
Salary of Senators and Representatives, $5,000. 
Alabama 



M. Steuart, of Virginia, 

after 



Senators 
Reps. : 



George S. Houston, 18S 
John L'. Morgan. life 

T. H. Ilcrndon. Dist. 

Hilary A. Herbert. 

Wm. J. Stamford. 

Chas. M. Shelley. 

Thomas Williams. 

Burweil B. Lewis. 

W. H. Forney. 

"William M. Howe. 



<'<nuieeticiit. 

I Senators : Orville II. Piatt. 



Reps. 



1885 
1881 

Dist. 1 
2 
8 



Arkansas. 

Senators : J. I). Walker. 1885 

A. II. Garland. ISjtf 
Reps. : Poindexter Dunn. 1 

William F. Sleinons. 2 
Jordan E. Cravens. o 

Tiioinas M. Gunter. 4 

California. 

Senators ; James T Farley. 1W> 

Newton Booth. 1861 , 
Reps. : Urate Davis. I 

H. Frank I'.x^c. 2 

Joseph McKenna. 3 

Komualdo Pacheco. 4 j 

Senator* ■ X. ithanicl P. Hill. 1885 

Henr\ M. 'teller. 1883 
Rtp. : James B. Be. ford. 



Senators 
Rep. 

Senators 

[ Reps. : 

Senators 
1 Reos. : 



Wm. W. Futon. 
• Jos. R. Hawicy. 
James Phelps. 
John T. Wait. 
Frederick Miles. 

Delaware. 

Thos. F. Bavard. 
Eli baulsbury. 

Edward L. Martin. 

Florida. 

: Wilkinson Call. 

Charles W. Jones. 
It. H . M. Davidson. 

Noble A. Hull. 

Georgia. 

: John B. Gordon. 

Benjamin II. Hill. 
■ John CNicholis. 
Win. E. Sni th. 
Philip Cook. 
Henry Persons. 
IS. J. Hammoud. 
James H. Mount. 
W. H. Peiton. 
Alexander H. Stephens. 
Emory Speer. 



1881 



1885 

UlXiU 



FOBTY-BIXTU CONGUE8S. 


101 1 


llliMOU. 


John G. Carlisle. Dint. 6 


, Senators: John A. Logan. 1885 


J. C. S. Blackburn. 


7 


David Davis. ]>s.{ 


P. L>. Thompson, jr. 


8 


i Reps.: Willi am Aidrieh. Dist. J 


Thomas Turner. 


9 


George K. Davis. 2 


E. C. Plaster. 


10 


Hiram Umber, jr. 3 


liOtii<fci:iit:i. 




•John C. Sherwiu. 4 






31. M. A. Hawk. 5 


Senators : Bcnj. F. Jonas. 


1885 


Thos. J. Henderson, u 


Wm. V. Kellogg. 


18c 3 


Philip C. Hayes. 7 


Reps. : R. E. Gibson. 
F.J. Ellis. 


1 


Greenburv E. Fort. 8 


2 


Thomas A. Boyd. 9 


J. Hayes Acklen. 


3 


h. k\ -Marsh. 10 


J. ii. Flam. 


4 


James W. Singleton. 11 


J. Floyd Kin?. 


5 


Win. M. Springer. 12 


Edward W. Robertson. 6 


A. K. Stevenson. 18 

Josepli G. Cannon. . 14 
Alfred P. Foreythe. IS 


31a in**. 

Senators : Hannibal Hamlin. 


18S1 


W. A. J. Sparks. It! 
Wm. K. Morrison. 17 


James G. B.uinc. 


ls:>* 


Reps. : Thomas U. Reed. 
William p. Frye. 


1 


John R. Thomas. 18 


2 


R. W.Townshend. ID 


Stephen 1). Eindsey. 


3 


! 


George W. I. add. 


4 


Indiana. 


Thomson II. Mureh 


5. 


Senators: D. W. Voorhees. 1885 


Maryland. 




Jos. E. .McDonald. lo81 




Reps. : William iieiiliiail. 1 
Thomas R. Cobb. 2 


Senators : James B. Groom. 


1S85 


Wm. P. Whjte. 


1881 


George A. Bicknell. 3 


Reps. : Daniel M. Ilenrv. 


1 


Jeptna D. New. 4 


J. fc\ C. Taihoit*. 


2 


Thomas M. Browne. 5 


William Kimmell. 


3 


William R. My ei s. 6 


Robert M. McEaiie. 


4 


G. De La Maty r. 7 


Eli J. Henkle. 


5 


Andrew J. Hostetler. 8 


Milton J. Urner. 


6 


Godlove S. Orth. 9 
Wm. 11. Calkins. 10 
Calvin Cow-ill. 11 


Massneluisett*. 

Senators : Henry L. Dawes. 


1881 


Walpole G. Colerick. 12 


George F. Hoar. 
Reps. : Wm. W. Crapo. 
Beuj W. Harris. 


Jas.J 


John H. Baker. 13 


2) 


Iown. 


Walbridcre A. Field. 
Leopold .Morse. 
Selwyn C. Bowman 


3 
4 


Senators : William B. Allison. 1S8-5 


5 


Sum'l J.Kirkwood. LSS2 


George B. Loring. 
William A. Rus.ell. 


6 


1 Reps. : M. G- McCoid. 1 




Hiram Price. 2 


William Ciatlin. 


8 


Thomas Upde^raff. 3 


William W. Rice. 


y 


Nathaniel C Deeriug. 4 


Amasa Noreross. 


10 


Thompson. 5 


Geo. D. Robinson. 


n 


J. B. Weaver. 6 






E. H. Gillette. 7 


Michigan. 




William F. Sapp. 8 


Senators : Geo. P. Baldwin. 


1881 


Cyrus C. Carpenter. y 


Thomas W. Ferry. 


im 


KansiH. 


Reps. : John S. Newberry. 


i 


Edwin Willits. 


2 


Senators : John J. In^alls. 18S5 


J. II. MeGowan. 


3 


Preston B. Plumb. 1883 


Julius C Burrows. 


4 


Reps. : John a. Anderson. 1 


John W. Stone. 


5 


Dudlev C. Haskell. 2 


Mark S. Brewer. 


(5 


Thoums Ryan. 3 


Omar 1). Conger. 


7 


Kentucky. 


Koswell G. Hurr. 
Jay A. HubbeiL 


S 
9 


Senators ; John S. Williams. 1885 






James B. Beck. 1»83 


AI innemitn. 




Reps. : Oscar Turner. 1 


' Senators : S. J. R. McMillan. 


1881 


James A. McKensie. 2 


. William Windo.u. 


1883 


John W. Caldwell. 3 


Reps.: Mark 11. Bunnell. 


1 


J. V. Knott. 4 


Henry Poehler. 


'j 


Albert S. Wi;lis. 5 1 Wm.'D. Washburn 


3 



102 FOETY-feLXTII CONUBESS. 


MLIssimilp|aA« 


Fernando Wood. Dim. 


Senator* : Blanche K. Bruce. 1881 

Lucius Q. C. Lamar. 1883 

Reps. : II. L. Muldrow. Dist. 1 

Vnn II. AlMiiuiii^. 2 

Ilcrmandu 1». Money. 3 
Otho R. Singleton. 4 
Chas. O. Hooker. 5 
James R. Chalmers. C 


James O'Brien. feO 

Levi P. Morton. 11 
Alexander Smith. IS 

John II. K etc ham. 1 ; 
John W. Ftrdon. 11 

William Louiisbury. 15 
John M. Bailey. !l 
Walter A. Wood. 17 
John Hammond. IS 


3Ii«soitri. 


Amaziah B. James. 19 
John 11. Star in. 20 


Senators : George G. Vest. 1885 


David Wilber. 21 


Francis M. Coekrell. '81 


Warner Miller. 22 


Reps. : Martin L. C'.ardy. 1 


Cyrus 1). Prescott 23 


Erartus Wells. 2 


Joseph Mason. 24 


Richard G. Frost. 3 


Frank lliscock. 29 


L. II. Davis. 4 


Joim II. Camp. 2fl 


Richard l J . Bland. 5 


Elbridge G. Lapham. 27 


James K. Waddill. 6 


Jeremiah W. D wight. 28 


Altrcd M. Lay. 7 


David P. Richardson, -'> 


Samuel 5. Sawyer. 8 


John Van Voorhis. 3<) 


Nicholas Ford." 9 


Richard Crowley. 31 
Bay V. Pierce. 32 


Gideon F. Rothwell. 10 


John B. Clark, jr. 11 


Henry Van Acrnam. 33 


William Ii. Hatch. 12 




Aylett II. Buckner. 13 


North Carolina. 


]Vel»r:isliii. 


Senators : Z. B. Vance. ]S<tf 


Senators : Algernon S. Paddock. '81 


Matthew W. Ransom. '81 


Alvin Saunders. 1883 


Reps. : Joseph J. Martin. 1 


Rep. : Thomas J. Majors. 


W. H. Kitchen. 2 




Daniel L. Russell. 3 


Nevada. 


J. J. Davis. 4 


Senators : John P. Jones. 1S85 
Wm. Sharon. 1881 
Rep. : Rollin M. Daggett. 


A. M. Scales. 5 

Walter L. Steele. 
Robert F. A rmfitld. 7 
Robert B. Vance. 8 


\ew Hampshire* 


Ohio. 


Senators : Henry W. Blair. 1885 


Edward II. Bo.lins. 1883 


Senators : Geo. II. Pendleton. lS^o 


Reps. : Joshua G. Hall. 1 


A. G. Thurman. 1631 


James F. Br.!™s. 2 


R»ps. : Benjamin Butterworth. 1 


Evarts W. Farr. 3 


Thomas L. Young. 2 




John A. McMahon. 3 


Xew ♦Jersey. 


J. W. Keifer. 4 


Senators: Thro. F. Randolph. 1881 


Bern. Le Fevre. 5 
W.D. Hill. 0: 

Frank II. llurd. 7 
E. B.Finley. 8 

Gilbert L. Converse. 9 | 


John K. McPherson.1883 
Reps. : George M. Robeson. 1 


Hezekiah B. Smith. 2 
Miles Boss. 3 


Alvah A. Clark. 4 


Thomas Ewing. 10 


Charhs H. Voorhis. 5 


Henry L. Dickey. 11 


John L. Blake. 5 


Henry S. Neal. " 12 


Lucius A. Brigham. 


A.J.Warner. IS 




Gibson Atherton. 14 


New York. 


Geo. W. Geddes. 15 \ 

William Mclvinley, jr. 10 ' 


Senators ; Roscoc Conkling. 18S5 


James Monroe. 17 


Francis Kernan. 1881 


J. T. Updegraff. 18 


Reps.: James \V. Covert. 1 


James A. Garfield. 19 


Daniel O'Reilly. 2 


Amos Townsend. 20 


S. B. Chittenden. 3 




Archibald M. Bliss. 4 
Nicholas Muller. 5 


Oregon. 


Samuel S. Cox. 


Senators: James 11. Slater. 1883 


Edward Einstein. 7 


Lafayette Grover. 1^3 


I Anson G. McCook. 8 


Rep. : John D. Whitaker. 



FOBTY-SIXTIf CONGRESS. 



Heps. 



Senators 
Reps. : 



l B enn«ylvmii;i. 1 

Senators: J. Donald Cameron. 1RR5 Scna'ors 
Win. A. Waliace. 1661 , 
Reps.: Henry II. Bingham. £>tf.l i 
Charles O'Neill. 2| 

Samuel J. Randall. 3 1 

Win. p. Keltcy. 4 

Alfred C. Manner. A 

William Ward. 6 

William Gotschalk. 7 
Hiester C'ymer. 8 ! 

A. Ilcrr Smith. 9 1 

K. K. Bathman. 10 

Robert Klutz. 11 

Ilendrick B. Wright. 12 , 
John W. Kvan. 18 I 

John W.Killenger. 14 
Edward Overton, jr. , -" s ' 
John I.Mitchell. 
Alex. II. Coffroth. 
II. G. Fisher. 
F. K. Bcltzhoover. 
Seth II. Yoknm. 
Morgan R. Wise. 
Russell Krrett. 
Thomas M. Bavne. 
W. S. Shallcnberger. 
Harry White. 
Samuel B. Dick. 
J. H. Oamer. 



Tfxai. 
• s. It. Maxey. 

Richard Coke. 
John ll. Kcagan. 
1). B.'Ci "' 



Oli 



Weill* 



1885 

leal 



ii) ! 

20 



; Senators 
Reps. : 



26 



ISho«le I*I:m<l. 

Senators: AmbiosoE.Burnside. '81 

HenrvB. Anthony. 18&3 

Reps. : Kelson W. AM rich. 1 

Latimer W. Ballou. 2 

South Carolina. 

Senators: Wade Hampton. 1885 

M. C. Butler. 1883 

Reps. : John S. Richardson. 1 

M. P. O'Connor. 2 

D. Wvatt Aiken. 3 

Johnll. Evins. 4 

G. D. Tillman. o 



Senators 
Reps. : 



Tennessee. 
; James E. Bailey. 
Isliam G. Harris. 
R. L. Taylor. 
L. C. Houck. 
G. G. Dibrell. 
Benton McMillan. 
John M. Riight. 
John F. House. 
W. C.Whitthorne. 
J. D. C Atkins. 
C. B. Simonton. 
H. Casey Young. 



Roger Q Mills). 
Geo. W. Jones. 



Vermont. 

: Justin S. Morrill. 
Geo. F. Edmunds. 
Charles II. Joyce. 
James M. Tyler. 
Bradley Barlow. 



Virginia. 

: Robert E. Withers. 1881 

John W. Johnston, las;' 

R.L.T. Beale. li 

JohuGoode.jr. 2. 

Jos. E. Johnston. 31 

Joseph Jorgenson. 4 

George C. Cabell. 6 
J. Randolph Tucker 6 

John T. Harris. 7 

Eppa Ilunton. < v ' 

Jas. B. Richino- 9 



1881 

iss; 



West Virgin in. 

Senators : Erank Hereford 1881 

Henry G. Davis. lt>N' 

Reps.: Benjamin W.i-on. 1 

Benj. F. Martin. 2 

John E. Kenna. 3 

Wisconsin. 

Senators : M. II. Carpenter. 1885 

Angus Cameron. 1SS! 
Reps. : Charles G. Williams. 1 

Lucien B. CaswelL 2 

Geo. C. Hazleton. 3 

Peter V. Deuster. 4 

Edward S. Bragg. 5 

Gabriel Bouck. t> 

II. E. Humphrey. 7 

T. C Pound. 8 

territorial Delegates. 

ARIZONA-— John G. Campbell. 

Dakota.— G. G. Bennett. 
Il>AHO.— George Air. -ice. 
M< » N T A N A — M a rt i n M nginnis. 
N'EU* Mfxi< o.—.M S. Otero. 
UTAH.— George 0- Cannon. 
Washington.— T. II. Brent. 
Wyoming.— S. W. Dowuie. 



104 

Congressional Districts of Rhode Island. 
[Established by chapter 73G of the Public Laws.] 

First Ifiatrlctr— Newport, Providence, Barrin^ton. Ports- 
mouth, Middietoum Bristol, Tiverton, Little Coinptou, Warren, 
Last Providence, New Shorcham, and Jamestown. 

Second IMatriot.— Warwick. Westerly, North Kingstown, 
South Kingstown, Ea=t Greenwich, North Providence, b'-.cuate, 
Gloceeter, Churlestown, West Greenwich, Coventry, Exeter, 
Richmond, Cranston, llopkinton, Johnston, Foster, Burrillville, 
Smithfield, North Smithtield, Lincoln, WoootOcket, Cumberland, 
and Pawtucket. 

CUSTOM HOUSES. 

District of Providence. 

Collector and Disbursing/ Agent, and Agent of Marine Hospital, 
Cyrus Harris. 

Deputy Collector and Cashier, Nathan GofT, jr. 

Deputy Collector, Inspector, and Clerk* Edward C Ashley. 

Coastwise Inspectors, E. M. Arnold, E. C. i'omroy. 

Inspectors. Weighers. Gangers, and Measurer*. John E. Burroughs, 
J. S. Head, Hubert Pork is, William S. Chace, William 11. Turner. 

Inspector and Boarding Officer, George li. Pettis. 

Messenger and Storekeeper, Benjamin C. Allen. 

Storekeeper, Joseph G. Skinner. 

Appraiser of Merchandise, Edward G. Burrows. 

Clerk and Messenger, Barroa P. Lovewell. 

Boatman, Joseph II. Smith, Pawtuxet. 

Inspector at East Greenwich, Kice Arnold. 

Janitor of Custom House Building, Almon G. Bennett. 

Night Watchman, Reuben Fletcher. 

Orhce hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Sundays excepted.) 

District of Newport. 

Collector. Frederick A Pratt. 

Deputy Co'lector, Charles N. Tilley. 

Inspector, John H. Til ley. 

Occasional Inspector, James Brayton. 

Inspector at Xorth Kingstown, Asa B. Waite. 

Boatman, Henry O. Tift. 

Inspector at Dutch Island Harbor, John B. Landers. 

U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE. 

Collector, Elisha II. Rhodes, office Custom House. Providence. 

Deputy Collectors, William J. Bradford, Providence; George H. 
Olney, Hope Valley; Ethan A. Jencks, Providence; Gilbert 
Wilson, Providence. 

Clerk, Frank B. Butts Providence. 

Ganger, Edward G. Farmer, Providence. 

PROVIDENCE POST-OFFICE. 

Office in Post-Office Buildiso, weybopset Stbf.et. 

Postmaster, GffABXZS R. BRATTOH. 

Chief Clerk, GEOKGE M. KENDALL. 

Business Office and Registered Letter JDcpart- 
nient. 

Clerk, David h. Weedkv. 

Business office and registered letter department open from 
9 a.m. too i\n., except on Sundays and legal holidays. Letters 

wiii a.so b. re-is-;(>red at the wicket in mail room until 11 P.M., 
except on Sundays. 



-~v~~ 



1>B0VU>ENCE POST OFFICE. 



City and General Delivery and Letter Carriers' 
Department* 

Superintendent, F. C. Rn>i:u. 

General delivery and Utter carriers' department open from 
C."0 A.M. to 7 ••';<> l*.M. On Sundays, general delivery and carriers' 
window open from 11 a.m. to 1 i\m. only. Lobby open, in charge 
of a watchman., from a.m. antil 1 A.M. daily. 

Stamp Department. 

Clerk, WaLTF.11 S. BROWNED, jr. 

Open from G.'iO a.m. to 7.80 p.m., except on Sundays and le^ral 
holidays. Stamps and postal cards can be procured in small 

auautities at wicket in the mail room from 7..'>U to 11 P.M. Sun- 
ays at general delivery from 11 A.M. to 1 l'.M., and at the wicket 
in mail room from 6 to 11 l'.M,. only. 



Money Order Department. 
Open from a.m. to 5 P.M., except on Sundays and legal holi- 
days. Money sent with absolute safety to all the principal towns 
and cities in the United State-, Canada*, England, Ireland, Scot- 
land, vVa'es, Germane, and Switzerland. Fee tor domestic orders 
not exceeding $1.3, ten cents; for foreign orders, twenty-five cents; 
larger sums up to $L>0, nt proportionate rates. 

ltutes of Postage in the United States. 

Letters, per % oz. (fractions same). 3 cents; must be prepaid by 
stamps. Letters, dropped tor delivery only, 2 cents per X oz. ; 
must be prepaid by stamps. 

Registered Letters and Packages, 10 cents each, in addition to 
regular postage. 

Postal Cards, one cent each. 

Circulars, 1 cent for two ounce or fraction thereof. 

Transient newspapers, periodicals, or any other articles of print- 
ed matter, 1 cent for 2 ounces or fraction, prepaid by stamps. 
Newpapers and periodicals to regular subscribers, 2 cts. a pound. 
Regular matter for local delivery when it is to be delivered by 
carriers, it can only be mailed for one cent each for newspapers 
(excepting weeklies), and periodicals not exceeding 2 ounces; 
and two cents each for periodicals weighing more ilian 2 ounces. 
< All transient matter must be sent in a cover open at the ends or 
eide3. There must be no word or communication written or 
printed on the same after its publication, or upon the cover, ex- 
cept the name and address of the person to whom it is to be sent, 
and the name of ttie person sending same. There must be no 
paper or other thing inclosed in or with such printed matter. 

Parcel Postag:. — All articles of merchandise (except liquids, 

foisons, explosive materials, etc., liable to injure the mails}, 
cent for every ounce, not exceeding 4 pounds. 

Foreign I*ost;tj»e. 

Letters to Great "Britain, including Scotland and Ireland, and 
the Continent of Europe. British, Dutch, French, and Portuguese 
possessions in the West Indies and Africa, Argentine Republic, 
rem. Mexico, China, Japan, Java, St. Pierre, Miquelon, New- 
foundlii.d, Australia (except New South Wales, New Zealand, 
Queensland, and Victoria), all parts of India. St. Mary's, and 
the Straits Settlements, "> cents per half ounce. Madagascar (ex- 
cept St. Mary's), British mail, 2.5 cents. Trench mail, il ce;:t> per 
half ounce. Bnrbadoes, 13 cents per half ounce. Bolivia, Cluii. 
and Ecuador. 17 cents per naif ounce. New South Wales, New 
Zealand, Queensland, and Victoria, "12 cents per half ounce. 
South Africa. 1.5 cents p^r half ounce. St. Helena, L'7 cents per 
half ounce. Nassau and Canada, o cents per iiaif ounce. 



&Mt of |\l)obc |sknb 



PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS. 



Annual State election on the first Wednesday of April. State Gov- 
ernment organizes on the la>t Tuesday of May. 



STATE GOVERNMENT, 1879-80. 

ClTARLES C. VAN* Zanht, of Newport, Governor, and cx-ofiicio Presi- 
dent of th* Senate. Salary, $l,0i>0. 

ALBF.ET C. HoWABD, Of East Providence, Lieutenant-Governor. 
Salary, §500, 

JOSHUA M. AppEMAN, of Providence, Secretary of State. 
Salary, $2*500. 

WlLLARO SaYLES, of Providence, Attorney- General. 
Salary, $2,500. 

SAMUKL Cl.ARIC, of Lincoln, General Treasurer. 
Salary, $2,000. 

JOEL M. Sl»KNOEB, of Coventry, Slate Auditor. 
Salary, $1,500. 

Senate* 

Charles C. Tax Zandt, ex-qfl-io President. 

ALBERT C. HOWARD, ex-oJ;cio Senator. 
JOSHUA M. ADDEMAK, ex-ojicio Secretary of the Senate. 
Nathaniel P. S. Thomas, North Kingstown, Clerk of the Senate. 
Salary, .$5.00 per day during the session. 
Salary of Senators, >1.00 per day during the session, and mileage. 



Barrinyton — Lewis B. Smith. 

Bristol — Augustus (). Bourn. 

B urrillm'Ue— Fayette K. Bartlett. 

Charlestown — Grin Cole. 
i Coventry — Dexter B. Potter. 
. Cranston — Joseph W. Sweet. 
1 Cumberland — Stafford W. Razee. 

East Greenwich— Kuasel] Vaughn. 

Fast Providence — Alvord O. Miles. 

Exeter — Anson Greene. 

Foster— Cyrus F. Cooke. 

GVicestir — Phil: p \V . i ! a v» kins. 

Hopkinton — Elisna P. : !irk. 

Jamesttown — Thomas C "Watson. 

Johnsto n — Rodnev F. Dver. 

Lincoln— Alfred IT. Littieficld. 

Little Compton — Albert T. Seabury. 
' Uiddletewn — James Chase. 



Newport — T. Mumford Seabury. 
New Shorcham — Kay S. Littleneld. 
North Kingstown — John H. Spink. 
No. Providence — Dan'lW. Lyman. 
North Smithfletd— Smith Thayer. 
Pauinrket— Pardon E.Tillhichast, 
Portsmouth-- Kdward T. DeUloid. 
Providence— John F.Tobey. 
Richmond— Clark B. Lillibridge. 
Scituate— Albert Johnson. 
Smit/ijhld — .lnhrz W. Mowry. 
6\>. Kingstown — Daniel Sherman. 
Tiverton — Andrew II. Manchester. 
Warren— Charles H. Handy. 
Warwick— David Tike. 
Wcsterhr—Snmue] 11. Crosa. 
West Greenwich— John A. Brown. 
Woon socket — Ariel Ballou. 



STATE BEOISTEU. 



107 



House of Representatives* 

Henry J. Spoon kk, (f Providence, Speaker. 

GEORGE LEWIS GOWKR ami AKTHUH 1>. PATNTJ, of Providence, 

Clerks of tin: Ifnutf. Salary (if each, >•■'< per day during the session. | 
Salary of Representatives, $ I.IJO per day during the 



Bttrrington — John C. Burring! 

Bristol — L<; Huron B.Colt, William 
II. Spooner. 

Burrillville — Albert Buffum, Lau- 
rence Preudergast. 

Charlestown — B. J). Macomber. 

Coventry — Joseph Tillinghast, Eu- 
gene b . Warner. 

Cranston — John Bcattie, Henry 
Whitman. 

Cumberland — John F. Clark, Jos. 
E. Tingley. 

E. Greenwich — Thos. E. Kcnyon. 

Bast Providence — Oliver Chaffee. 

Exeter — Z. Herbert Gardner. 

Foster — Clarke II. Johmnu. 

Glocester— Fenner R. White. 

Ilopkinton — George B. Carpenter. 

Jamestown — Isaac B. Briggs. 

Johnson — Robert K. Atwood.Wm. 
A. Pirce. 

Lincoln— Edw. L. Freeman, John 
P. Gregory, William B. Monroe, 
Henry A. Stearns. 

Little Com/ton— Benj. F. Wilbor. : 

Jfiddletown — Nathaniel Peckhara. I 

Newport— Clark II. Burdick,Henry 
H. Fav, Join- P. Sanborn, Win. I 
P. Sheffield, Win. C. ToWnsend. j 

New Shoreham — B. B. Mitchell, jr. I 



N Kingstown— David S. Baker, jr. 

.V. /*rc»i;»V/«j*c«— Olney W. Randall. 

North Smith field— Davis Aldtich. 

Pawtiteket — Tlxomsm P. Rarnefiekl, 
Frank M. Bates. Chas. E. C bick- 
ering, Darius li. I >u\ i*, James 
Davis, Edwin Jenckcs. 

Portsmouth — Stephen A. Watson 

Providence — Amo«M. Bowen.Geo. 
II. Burnbam, James E. Cliacc, 
lienj.T. Sanies, Israel B. Mason, 
Abraham Pavne, Charles Sidney j 
Smith, Uenrv.1. Spooner, Walter 
It. Stiness, Walter B. Vincent, 
Stillmau White, Andrew Winsor. 

Richmond — Clark Barber. 

Scitua'e— Martin S. Smith. 

Smith field — Simon S. Steere. 

So. fcingstown— Elisha C. Clarke. 

Tiverton — Joseph O-morn. 

Warren — Obadiah Cliaee. 

Warwick — Thomas Arnold, Henry 
D. Hayden, Israel K. Sheldon, 
George W. Spencer. 

Westerly— Albert L. Chester, Jamns 
M. Pendleton. 

W, Greenwich — Charles Capwell. 

Woonsocket — Francis L. O'Reilly, 
Clinton Putter. Albert A. Smith, 
William F. Teston. 



Executive Appointments. 

Commissioner of Narragansett Indians — Charles Cornell , Charlestown. 

Commissioner Indian School — Rev. Charles S. Weaver, Charlestown. 

Commissioners of Pi tot s — Jeptha Nickersou, Providence; Silvanus D. 
Willis, New Shoreham; Samuel Lee, Newport. 

Harbor Commissioners — J. Herbert Shedd, Nathaniel F. Potter, Jede- 
diah Williams, Providence! 

Commissioner for Pawtucket River — Chas. E. Chickering. Pawtucket. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures — John II. Appieton. Providence. 

Stafe Assaye.r uf Liquors — Lyman R. Blackman, Newport. 

Inspector of Btef and Pork — Henry M. Kimball, Piovidence. 

Inspector of So/.' he Stones — Charles E. Chickerinjj, Pawtucket. 

Inspector of Lime — Stephen Wright, Lincoln. 

Inspector of Cables — James E. Chace, Providence. 

State Board of Education. 

Established March 22,1870. Charles C. Van Zandt, Newport, Presi- 
dent; Albert C. Howard, Past Providence: Charles II. Fisher, M.D.. 
North Seituate; Rev. George, L. Locke. Bristol; Kev. Daniel Leach, 
, D.D., Providence, Ezra K.' Parker, Summit; Samuel H.Cross, Wes- 
terly; Thomas II. Clark;:. Newport; Thomas B. Stockwell, Commis- 
sioner of Public ScVfiis, s-cretart/. The above constitute the Board of 
Trustees of the State Normal Sc .ooi. Office, MM North. Mum blrtet, 
Providence. 

State Normal School. 

Benefit street, between Angell and Waterman, Providence. James C 
Greenongh, A.M., Principal. For Board of Trustees, see State Board 
ot Education. 



10S STATE BEG18TZB. 

State School for the Deaf. 

Benefit, corner Ilalsey streets. J. \V. Homer* Principal. 

State Board of Pharmacy* 

Albert L. CnMer, William 13. Blandlng, Xonnnn X. Mason, WflHain 
E. Clarke, Providt nee; Walter L. CiMwell, Pawturket; James II. Tay- 
lor, Newport; Albert B. Collins, Westerly. Office, MM North Main 
street, Providence. 

State Board of Health. 

David Kin::, M.D., Newport County, Chairman; Elisha Dver, jr., 
Washington County ; Olher C. \S' i c: J"i n , M I).. George W. Jcnt4.es, 
M.D., Providence Comity; William T. C. Ward well, Bristol County; 

Albert G. Sprague, M.D., Kent County; Charles II. Fisher, M.D., 
Secretary. Office, 17 College street, Providence. 

Board of State Charities and Corrections. 

George I. Chace, Providence, Chairman; Lewis B. Smith, Navntt 
Point; Thomas Coggeshall, Newport: W. II. Hopkins. Providence; 
Stephen R. Weedcn, Providence; Jub Kenyon, M.U., River Point; 
J. M. Pendleton, Westerly; Alfred B. Chadsey, Wiekfurd; William W. 

Chapin, Secretary. Office, 104 North Main street. Providence. 
Agent of Charities and Corrections — Geo. W. Wightman, Providence. 

State Institutions. 

Superintendent, Samuel L. Blaisdell, Post-office address, Oak La^n, 
R. I. Chaplain, Rev. Marcus Ames. Physician, George T. Perry, M.D. j 

STATE PRISON. 
W rden, Nelson VialL Deputy Warden, Charles W. Davis. Clerk, 
Frank C. Viall. Overseers, E. K. Tell!, C. II. Blood. Steward, F. A. 
Daniels. Hall Keeper, N. II. Bead. Dai/ Officers, W. U. Fove, A. M. 
Rowe, Daniel J. Viall. Watchmen, Philip R. Weaver, Job S. Yeaw, , 
Frank Bosworth, Alpha R. Hill, John R. Wilcox. 

STATE AVOJRKnOCSE AND IIOUSE OF CORRECTION. 
Deputy Superintendent, A. II. Tilton. Matron, Emma A. Guild. 

STATE ASYLUM FOR THE INCURABLE INSANE. 
Deputy Superintended and Matron, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Perry. 

STATE ALMSHOUSE. 
Deputy Superintendent and Matron, Mr. and Mrs. W T illiam G. Ward. 



RHODE ISLAND MILITIA. 

Adjutant-General's office, No. 104 North Main street, Providence. 

Governor, Cajtain-Gentrat, and Command?>--in-C hief, CHARLES C- 
Van ZanDT. 

Adjutant and Paymaster- General. C. Henry Barney. 

AlsieUutt Adjutant-General, WILLIAM 1». TfBNEK. 

(J<i<irf>—ui.<:* r a, id Vonnnnwy. General. CiJARLES R. DENNIS. 

burgeon- General, JoUN C. bui»LONU. 

Assistant Surgnoh-General, W. HOWAKD Kino. 

Judge- Advocate- General, P. E. Tm.lin*.-hakt. 

Assistant Judge- Advocate- General, T. P. BARN EF1ELT1. 

Aids-de-Camp % SA3iVi:i. R. Homy, Chas. }\,tiek. A. Prescott 
LAKTii, \\ M. J. CoZZJCNS, Ll. BAUuN B. COLT, FfiANK G- ALLEN. 



STATE RKGIbTEtt. 100 

Bridle of Khodc Island Militia. 
Brigadier-General, K. II. Rhodes. Assistant Adjutant- General, Philip 
S. Cliuse. Medical Direr'.,,; Geo. \V. Curr. Assistant fnepector- General, 
W. J. Brodtord. Quartermaster, John .1. Jencks. Commissary, C. C | 
Maxson. Judge Advocate, IS. M. Boswdrth, Jr. Kngineer, John Howe 
Aids-de-Camp, Theodore A. Baiton, Henrv W. I'arnum. Bandmaster, 
1). W. Itecvea. 

First Battalion of Infantry. 

Headquarters at Providence. 

Lieutenant-Colonel, R. II. I. G<>ddurd. Major, Joseph H. Kcndrick. 

Surgeon, Gcorcre W. Porter. Quartermaster, Win. II. Teel. Paymaster, 

Thomas V. les->enden. Commissary, Henry L. Parsons. Chaplain, 

Samuel II. Webb. 

Second Battalion of Infantry. 

Headquarters at Warren. 

Lieutenant- Colonel, B. B. Martin. Major, Frank S. Arnold. Adjutamt, 

W. Howard Walker. Surgeon, IVm, Von Gottschalk. Quartermaster, 

F. E. Dana. Paymaster, Walter A. Hay. Conitmssary, C. W. Abbot, jr. 

Chaplain, Sidney Dean. 

Third Battalion of Infantry. 

Headquarters at Westerly. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, J. A. Baheock. Major, Will E. Brown. Surgeon, 
Henry W. Rose. Quartermaster, Azro N. Lewis. Paymaster, Tom C. 
Brown. Commissary, W. R. Jsharpe. Chaplain, John Evans. 

Fourth Battalion of Infantry. 

Headquarters at Providence. 
Major, Albert E. Smith. Adjutant, G^eor^e T. Smith. Quartermaster, 
William F. Jackson. Paymn.--'er, Lewis kennegce. Commissary, Ste- 
phen J. West. Chaplain, Slahlou Van Home. 

Fifth Battalion of Infantry. 

Headquarters at Pro\ Ldence. 

Lieutenant- Colonel,, James Moran. Maj,,r, James Lyons. Adjutant, 

Edwin D. McGirinness. Surgeon, William F. Kenney. Quartermaster, 

James E. Downey. Paymaster, Anthony Mungiven. Commissary, Wm. 

McPherson. Chaplain, Christopher Hughes. 

Firot Battalion of Cavalry. 

Headquarters at Providence. 
Major, George N. Bliss. Adjutant, Reginald C. Brown. Suraeon, ' 
Charles Hayes. Quartermaster. M. H. Sullivan. Paymaster, Hobart L. 



Gate: 



. M. U. i 

Commissary, David S. Ray. Ckapia 



.John W. Dii 



Battery A, Light Artillery. 

Headquarters at Providence. 
Captain, Horace G. Peck. Senior Pint Lieutenant, James A. Abbott. ! 
Junior First Lieutenant, John A. Russell. Second Lieutenant, Samuel 
L. Carpenter. 

United Company of the Train of Artillery of the 
Town of Providence. 

Chartered 177"». Armory, 121 Canal street. 

Major, Edwin R. Hidden. Surgeon. George II. Kenvon. Qumrter- 

mutter,E.\y. Salisbury. Commit* nj. II. E. Metcalf. Assistant- Com. 

russary, William W. 1 1 audy. Paymaster, A. G. Curpenter. Chaplain, 



luxury, \\ ileum \\ . li. 
Rev. if. M. Demperley. 



6TATE REGISTER. 



United Train of Artillery Veteran Association. 



President, Colonel Nicholas Van Slvck. VI 
William B. Bianding. Colonel C. I). Jillson, 
Secretary, Lieutenant Clinton D.Sellcw. Trea 

Clerk, Waldo Stewart- 



*'.- Presidents, Lieutcnan 
Colonel Oscar Laphnm' ' 
>urer, George L. Shcpley* 



Providence Marine Corps of Artillery, Veteran 
Association. 
j Colonel, Alfred S. Potter, lieutenant- Colonel, Fred M. Sackett. Major, 
j 13. 11. Gladding. Lieutenant, George Whcaton 2d. Second Lieutenant, 
I Charles R. Meyers. Adjutant, George 15. Peck. jr. Caiarierma$ter % J. 
I Albert Monroe. Assistant Quartermaster, Jacob B. Lewis. Commissary t 
\ Geor<rc C. Nightingale. Assistant Commiesara, W. C. Simmons. Pay- 
Imaeter, "W ill i am 11. Shattuek. As-i*t«nt Paymaster, William Miih-n. 
j Sunjeon, Robert Millar. Chaplain, Rev. I). II. Gner. Judge Advocate, 
; Samuel W. I'eekhuin. Assistant Judy. Advocate, P. B. Stiness, jr. Sec- 
retary and Treasurer, W. G. Nightingale. Clerk, Richmond llcushaw. 

First Light Infantry Veteran Association. 

Colonel^ Wm. W. Brown. Lieutenant-Colonel, Henry Staples. Major, 
Hon. A. E. Bltrnside. Adju'ant, 1). S. Remington. Quartermaster, 
j James Shaw, jr. Commissary, William Vial!. Assistant Commissary, 
John T. Pitman. Paymaster, Samuel II. Thomas. Surgeon, F. L. 

i Wheaton, M.U. Chaplain, Rt. Rev. T. M. Clark. Clerk, W. Rhodes 
i Arnold. Treasurer, Henry Staples. 



COUNTY OFFICERS, COURTS, ETC, 



Bristol County. 

Incorporated February 17, 174G, — 17. Shire Town, Bristol. 

COUNTY OFFICr.R8. 

Clerk of Supreme Court and Court of Common Picas, Chas. A.Waldron, 
Bristol. Jtcjisters of Deeds, Town Clerks of rhe different Towns. Sherif, 
Lewis T. Fisher, Harrington. Deputy Sheriff and Jailer, L. B. Bosworth, 
Bristol. 






TEBMS OF COURTS. 



Supreme Court, first Monday 
teniber. Court of Co 
in Octoh 



March ami second Monday in Scp- 
irst Monday in May and last Monday 
Prolate Court, first Monday in each month. 



Kent County. 

Incorporated June 15, 1750. Shire Town, East Greenwich. 
county orrtcEits. 

Clerk of Supreme Court and Court of Common Pleat, Tho<?. M. Holden. 
Warwick. Jteffistire of Dads, Town Clerks of the different Towns. 
Sheriff, George W. BnrJii.n-.un.e, Warvvkk. Deputy S.'uriffi, Samuel L. ' 
Tillinghast .Fast Greenwich; Aram W. Colvin, Warwick. Jailer, J. 
S. Smith, Fait Greenwich. 

TERMS OF COURTS. 
Supreme Court, second Monday in Marco and fourth Monday in 
August. Court of Common Pleas, second Monday in April and October. 
Probate Courts, in different towns at various dates. 



STATE REGISTER. Ill 

Newport County. 

Incorporated June 22, 1703. Shire Town, Newport City. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Clerk of Supreme Court and Court of Common Pleats, Thog. W. Wood, 
, Newport. Registers of Deeds, Town Clerks of the different Towns. 
I Sheriff, George Manchester, Portsmouth. Deputy Sheriff, W. D. Lake, 
Newport. Masters in Chancery, French B. Pecknam, jr., Wm. Gilpin, 
Thomas W. Wood, Newport. Jailer, Edward D. Joiicj. 

TEEMS OF COURTS. 

United States District Court, second Tuesday in Mnv and third Tuesday 

in October. Supreme Court, third Monday in March ami September. 

| Court of Common Pleas, t\\\rd Monday in .May and November. Justice 

Court in Newport, Tuesdays and Fridays, at 10 a.m. Probate Court*: 

Newport, every Monday, at 10a.M.; Mhidletown, third Monday in each 

1 month, at 1 u.M ; Portsmouth, second Monday in each month, at 1 P.M. ; 

i Tiverton, first Monday in each month, at 1 P.M. ; Tittle Compton, sec- 

'• ond Monday in each month, at 1 p.m. 

Providence County, 

j Incorporated June 22, 1700. Shire Town, Providence City. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 
] Clerks of Courts: Supreme Court, Chas. Blake, Providence; Assistant 
Clerk, Herbert Aimy, Providence. Court of Common Pleas. George E. 
[Webster, Providence ; Assistant Clerk, Franklin P. Owen, Providence. 
' Sheriff, Christonher Holden. Deputy Sheriffs. J. A. Gardiner, Lvman 
i Upham, Albert C. Johnson, Chas. H. Scott, James W. Muiiroe, ftyron 
j H. Arnold, Providence; Geo. A. Atwood, Sciruate; Horace H. Pierce, 
IWoonsocket; Frederick N. Goff'. Centra! Falls; Ansel Carpenter, Ste- j 
; phen G. Benedict, Paurucket; O-mvmd C. (model!, Fa<-t Providence; 
; Adin L. Steere, Bnrrillville; William S. Kent. Thomas Blanchard, 
i Johnston; John A. Staples, Glocester; Frank C. Via!!, Cranston. Mas- 
; ters in Chancery, William Binney, George M. Carpenter, jr.. Thomas C. 
! Greene, Samuel W. Peekham, Roll in Mathewson. Warden State Prison, 
1 Nelson Viall. 

TERMS OF COURTS. 

j United States Circuit Court, June 15 and November 15. United States 
i District Coui-t, first Tuesday in February and August. Supreme Court, 
; fourth Monday in March and first Monday in October. Cuurt of Com- 
\mpn Picas, first Monday in March, June, September, and December. 
| Municipal Court fits in the Citv Hall, for the Probate business, every 

Tuesday, and holds terms to hear appeals from the Police Court four 
; times a year, namely, on the second Wednesday in March, .June, Sep- 

tember, and December. Police Court sits daily, at Haymarket, corner 
j of Canal streets. Justice Court, Providence, sits at 1) o'clock daily. 

Wasliingtou County. 

Incorporated June 16, 1729. Shire Town, South Kingstown. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Clerks of Courts: Supreme Court, John G. Clarke, South Kingstown; 
Curt of Common Pleas, Charles IT. Aid rich. South Kingstown. Ueq- 
utera of Deeds, Town Clerks of the different Towns. Sheriff, Henry 
Whipple, Westerly. Depur;/ Sheriffs, Edward Tucker, Kingston; Cbas 
H. Chapman. Westerly. Masters in Chancers], Alfred B. Chadsey, Geo. 
H. OJney, John G. Clarke. 

TERMS OF COURTS. 

February and August. Court of 
i'd first Monday in November. 



Supreme Court, third Monday in I 
Cemmon Pleas, second Monday in .Ma\ 
Prolate Courts, gCI 



'acii Town. 



JUDICIARY AND OFFICERS OF THE COURTS. 






UNITED 6TATES CIRCUIT COURT. 
Associate Justice U. S. Supreme Court, Nathan Clifford. Circuit Judge, 
John Lowell. Clerk, Henry Pitman. 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. 
District Judge, John P. Knowles. U.S. District Attorney, Nathan F. 
Dixon, jr. Clerk, Henry Pitman. U. 8. Marshal, .Tames II. Coggeshall. 
U- S. Commissioners. M. W. Dunlins, Samuel W. Pctkham, .Iu*Oph S. 
Pitman, Walter B.Vincent, Providence; William Gilpin, "William P. 
Sheffield, Newport. Register in Bankruptcy, John G. Pegram, 4J North 
Main street, Providence. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice. Thos. Durfee ■ salary, $ 1,500. Associate Justices, Walter 
S. B urges, Elisha K. Potter, Charles Matteson, John II. Stiness; salary, 
$4,000each. Clerk, Charles Blake, Providence County; salary, g'i.500. 
Assistant Clerk, Herbert Almy ; salary, §1,200. Attorney -General .Willard 
Saylcs; salarv, $2,500. Assistant Attorney-Gcncrul, Samuel P. Colt; - 
salary, $1,500. 

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 

Judges, "Walter S. B urges. John II. Stiness. Clerk, Geo. E. Webster, 
Providence County; salary, $2,500. Assistant Clerk, Franklin P. Owen ; 
salary, $1,200. 

MUNICIPAL COURT, PROVIDENCE. 

Judge, Amasa S. Westcott; salary, $2,2.50. Clerk, G. B. Nichols; 1 
salary, $2,000. Assistant Clerk, William W. Nichols; salary $000. 

POLICE COURT, PROVIDENCE. 

Justices, Loriu M. Cook, Elias M. Jenckes ; salary, $1,000 each. 

JUSTICE COURT, PROVIDENCE. 
Trial Justice, James W. Blackwood ; salary, $2,000. Clerk, W r alter R. 
Stiness; salary, $1,500. 

JUSTICE COURT, NEWPORT. 

Trial Justice, Darius Baker; salary, $700. Clerk, Henry N. Ward; 
salary $t>00. 

JUSTICE COURT, PAWTUCKET. 

Trial Justice, Isaac Shove ; salary, $1,000. Clerk, William H. Clapp ; 
salary, $300. 

JUSTICE COURT, WOONSOCKET. 

Trial Justice, George A. Wilbur; salary, $1,00«). Clerk, Charles M. 
Arnold; salary, $800.' 



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FOR 1880. 



Legislative tin*l Executive Department, 

The Legislative Power of the City is vested in the City Council, 
chosen annually on the fourth Tuesday of November, consisting 
of the Mayor, ten Aldermen — one from each ward — und forty 
Common Couneiimen, chosen by the ten wards. The powers of 
the Board of Aldermen are tiie Mime as those conveyed to Town 
Councils, as provided in the statutes of the State of Rhode island. 
The municipal year commences on the hrst Monday in January. 

THOMAS A. DOYLE, Mayoe. Salary, $3,300. Office, City Hall. 

ALDERMEN. 

Salary, $2.10 each. 
Ward 1.— Alfred Metcalf. 

" 2. — Samuel VV. Peckham. 
" 3.— -Sturgis P. Carpenter. 

" ' 4. — Chanes F. Sampson. 
•« 5.— John VV. Briggs. 



Ward (3.— William S. Havward. 
" 7.— Robert E. Smith. 
44 8 — William B. Greene. 
44 9.— Henry R. Barker.' 
14 10. — Charles E. Gorman. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Salary, $100 each. 
Ward 1.— Allen Greene, Josiah W. Crooker, Joseph Whclden, 

Charles F. Hull. 
• 4 2.— J. Carter Brown Wools, George E. Martin, Henry T. 

Beckwith. William W. Paine. 
41 3.— Thomas A. Millett, James C Goff. Thomas E. Studley, 

Fitz Herbert Feabody. 
14 4. — Frederick EL Anthony, James McXallv, George R. 

Phillips, Joseph H.Mathewson. 
14 5. — Charles E. Carpenter, -lames H. Tower, Charles An- 
thony, Henry B. Eddy. 
44 6. — George IF. Burnham, Fred I. Marcv, Thomas M. 

Rounds, Alfred S. Potter. 
44 7.— Gilbert F. Robbins, John W. Tillinghast, Elisha W. 

Pierce, Ferdinand Smith. 
44 8. — Alfred A. Harrington, Edmund S.Hopkins, Charles E. 

Harris. Lyman II. Eddy. 
«• 9._ William II. Simttuek. WilUam H. Miller, William W. 

Brayton, Francis M. Dimond. 
44 10. — Timothy Heffernan, John Morris, John Cassidy, Hugh 

Hatnill. 

CLEElvS AND MESSENGERS. 

Ci'y Clerk, Henry V. A. Joslin. Salary, $2,000, and not exceed- 
in}!; S'!00 for clerk hire. 

Deputy Ci'y Clerk, Aurion V. Chevers. 

CUrk of Common Council, Joshua M Addeman. Salary, $400. 

Mayor's Cirrk, Caleb A. Burbnnk. Salarv,$800. 

City Messenger and Sergeant, Edward S. Rhodes. Salary, $1,000. 



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FINANCIAL. OEPjI RTMKXT. 



City Treasurer, Benjamin Tripp. Salary, S-I/JOO. 

Deputy Treasurer, John G. Massie. Salary, $2,. r A)Q. For three 
assistants. £3,200. 

Accountant, George W. Lanphear. Teller, Walter B. Metcalf. 
Clerk, Edward Field. 2(1. 

City Auditor, James M. Cross. Salary, .$2,2.50, and Q'JtV) for clerk 
hire. Clerk, Walter L. Clarke. 

LAN II DIMMKTMEXT. 

Recorder of Ve^d*, G. A. Williamson. Salary, $1,500, and not 
exceeding $1,500 for clerk hire. 

ASSESSO KS» l>KP ART M EXT. 

ASSESSORS — Christopher T. Keith, Chairman; James C. 
Hidden, Henry A. Webb. Salary, $1,71)0 each. 
Register of Trans/era, Henry L." Holmes. Salary. $1,200. 
Clerk, Arthur 11. Armington. Salary, $1,400. Office, City Hall. 

KEOISTKA )t\S DEPAKT31 EXT. 

City Registrar, Edwin M. Snow, M.D. 

The City Registrar keeps the records of the Births, Deaths, 
and Marriogts. 

PO LICE I> E P 1KTM E NT. 

Chief of Police, Charles H. Hunt. Salary, $2,250. Office, City 



Hall. 



own. Salary, $1400. Clerk of 



. uty Chief, John T. 
Police, Seth L. Horton. Salary, $3.23 per day. Detectives, Fred. 
A. Wahlron, James O- Swan, Patrick Parker. Salary, $3.50 per 
day. Warrant Officers, Edwin R. Jones, Isaiah Long. Salary, 
$2.75 per day. Supt. of Hacks, George II. Nor cross. Salary, 
£3 per dav. Property Clerk. Stephen F. Blanding. Salary $2.75 
perday. Police Messenger, John J. Devlin. Salary, $200. "Office, 
City Hall. 

POLICE STATIONS. 
FrRST. Station House, corner of Canal and Hay market streets. 

Captain, Joseph Marston. Lieut., Ben j. F. Payne. Sergeants, 

William N. Sherman, Frederick A. Rankin, John A. Murray. 
SECOND. Station House. No. 27 Martin street. Captain, William 

H. Cory. Lient., Edward O'N'eil. Serjeant, Natli'l F. Clapp. 
Thtro. Station House, Wickenden st. Captain, Patrick Egan. 

Lieut., Reuben R. Baker. Sergeant, James II. Wilbur. 
Fourth. Station House. No. 33 Knight st. Captain, Andrew 

McKenzie. Lieut., Eugene Stevens. Sergeant, George B. Dary. 
FIFTH. Station House, No. 88 Richmond st. Capnin, Rcnj. 

H. Child. Lieut., Jeremiah Gostine. Sergeant, Wm. H. Leavitt. 
SIXTH. Station House in Ward 10, on Capron st., near Olnev- 

ville. Lieut., Patrick J. Magill. 

The salary of Captains is $0.25 per day; Lieutenants, $3.00; 
Sergeants, £2.87 >£; Patrolmen who have served two or more 
consecutive years, $2.7.1 per day. Those who have served less 
than two consecutive rears, $2.50. To all appointed after 
March 4th, 1878, $2,25. " 

LICENSE COMMISSIONERS. 
William H. Rowen, Jabez C Knight, Samuel H. Wales. 
Salary, $700 each. 

EAW DEPAK TMEXT. 

(For City Courts, tee page* 111. 112.) 
City Solicitor, Nicholas Van Slyck. Salary, £6,000, which in- 
cludes salary tor Assistant. Office, 1 Custom House Street. 

AMittanl City Solicitor, Stephen A. Cooke, Jr. Office, 1 Custom 
House street. 



WAR TO OFFICERS. 



Warden*. 
Sylvanus UurgCSf, 
Frederick Miller, 
Thomas A. Miliett, 
Munion II. Nojac, 



Cl*r\s. 

Charles S. Pettee. 
Elins M. Jcnckes. 
William Frank land. 
Edmund F. Prentiss. 



James G. Whitchousc, Albert C. Witisor. 



William If.Teel, 

7 Edwin C. Fierce, 

8 Charles C Armstrong, 

9 Eastern dist. Charles <l. A. Peterson, 
"Western " James F. Field, 

10 First district, Edward II. Smith, 
Second " James W. Skees, 



Augustus V. Payton. 
William E. Whiting. 

Henry M. Boss. 
Samuel Young. 
John T. Jackson. 
Joseph N. B. Meegon. 

Thomas J. llulliday. 



WAR1I ROOMS. 
Ward 1. Engine Station, Mill, cor. Bark. 
" 2. City Building, Market square. 
11 3. Third Police Station, Wickenden, cor. Traverse. 
" 4. School-house, Fountain, near Aborn. 
" 5. Fifth Police Station, Richmond, near Clifford. 
" 6. Kuutton'a Hall, 4« Pearl. 
" 7. Engine Station, Pallas, opp. Vernon. 
" 8. Engine Station, Harrison, near High. 
** 9. Eastern district— Freedom Hal!, Eddy, cor. Oxford. 

Western " Greenwich, cor. Potter's avenue. 

M 10. First district — Engine Station. Putnam, c Amherst. 

Second " School-house, West lliver street. 

CONSXA151.ES. 

[With power to serve civil process.] 
Ballou Frank O. Cokely John II. Smith Walter C. 

Belcher Thomas R. Craddock Michael, Thurber Charles H. 
Bucklin George H. Lawless Georze, Whitney Samuel. 

Winslow William P. 

POLICE CONSTABLES. 

[Without power to serve civil process.] 



Arnold Reuben A. 
Austin John S. 
Babeock James E. 
Raker Augustus E. 
Parker William H. 
Rattev John M. 
Raxter Walter S. 
Bemis Charles W. 
Bennett Almon G. 
Bennett Lorenzo D. 
Ren son John B. 
Billinps Georpe A. 
Blake William L. 
Bra man James W. 
Briggs Daniel G. 
Brown Alderi M. 
Brown Horace L. 
Rucklin George H. 
Burlinganie Ebon, 



Fisher Nathaniel ■ 
Freese Osborn W. 
Gooch G';or;re W. 
Cross Ama-.a J. 
Hackett John, 
Hart Thomas W. 



Nickerson John, 
Norton Samuel W. 
Oakea Charles B. 
Oakes John R. 
Oatley James T. 
Park9 John F. 



Hathaway James B. Poole Alleu F. 
Henry Stephen P. Porter Daniel L. 



H'2'-, r ins Joseph, 
Hill Daniel, 
Hill Holden O. 
Howard David E. 
Howard George R. 
Jencks Horace. 
Johnson Benj. A. 



Potter Henry A. L. 
Potter J. Crawford, 
Potter William C. 
Prentiss Edmund F. 
Pulien William, 
Robinson WllliamT. 
Roland James H. 



Johnston Joseph F. Rood John A. 



Joslin Daniel, 
Knowles John M. 

Knutton George S. 



Burlingame Herb'tW. Lewis Banmbas, 



i H. 



Butler John J. 
Butts Charles P. 
Carr Rutus li. 
Chaffee Charles E. 
Chapman William, 
Clatiin Moses A. 
Creighton John 0. 
Crossniau Samuel, 
Crowtll Jam. 



Love William B- 
Mathews John G. 
Mathews William 
Matthews Win. 



Salisbury Stephen S. 
Sears Sidney / 
Shattuck Milt 
Stearns Levi K. 
Swan Z. Allen, 
Swarts Jacob, 
Sweet John T. G. 
Thurston John 



McCarthy Timothy, Underwood Ni< 



McElroy Henry J. 
McKav John G. 

Merrill JohnT. 
"leriy Samuel C. 



Cummings Edwin IL Miller Alexis C. 
Drew Samuel W. Morrow Frank F. 



i 'las, 
Walcott Thomas W. 
WheMen Joseph N. 
Whitney Samuel, 
Winsor Benjamin A. 
Worden John L. 



PlTBIflO SCHOOLS. 

Daniel Leach, BuveHntendent. Salary, $2,250. Office, City 
Hull. Hour, from 12 to 1. 

MEMBERS OF BCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

President, Nicholas Van Slvck. Secretary, Sarah II. Ballou. 
Salary, fjdO. 

Member* ex-ofneio. the Mayor, the President of the Common 
Council, and the Chairman of Committee on Education, J. Lewis 
Peirce. 



FIRST M'ACD. 



fiixrn ward. 



Term expire" ' Term expires 

Edwin M. Stone April, 1880 Lemuel Osier April, 1880 

Smith S. Sweet " 1880 Fred I. Marcy " 1n>o 

Elisha C. Mowry.... " 1881 : Clifton A. Hall 

Orcu We tcott " I .SSI I William II. Kinjf.. . . 

Alfred Metcalf " 1882 Eugene Kinsman... 

Daniel A. Hunt " 1882 ; Lester S. Hill 



1881 

lssi 
1882 

lta2 



SECOND WARD. 



SEVENTH WARD. 



Charles W. Parsons.. April, 1880 I Daniel It. Ballou April, 1880 



Edward G. Taylor... 

Fanny Palmer 

Welcome O. Brown.. 
Carleton A. Staples.. 
Freeborn Coggeshall. 

THIRD WARD. 



1880 
1&81 

1>81 
1882 

18^2 



John W. Case 

William T.Tibbitts; " 

William S.Johnson. " 

Charles P. Hartshorn " 

Arthur W. Dennis... 4 

EIGHTH WARD. 



1ft 

1881 
1881 

1882 
1S82 



Merrick Lvon April, 1*80 Alfred A. IIarrington,April,l&80 

James C. Coif. •» 18S0 j Henry S. Olney " 1880 

James C. Greenough. '* 1881 Gilbert E.Whittemore ■* l-ssl 

Elias H. Johnson.... " 188 1 Amos M. Bowen " l»l 

Thomas A. Millett... u 18-S2 ! Daniel Perrin 4 - 1882 

J.E.C.Farnum " 1S82 i Nelson E. Church.., •■ 1882 



FOURTH WARD. 

James G. Vose Apri 

David II. Greer " 

Henry H. Burrington " 
Emufus Rhodes " 

George E. Barstow.. " 
Stephen A. Cook, jr.. " 



NINTH WARD. 

,1880 James Cole April, 1880 

1880 i David J. Burgess.... 44 1880 

1881 ! George P. Tew »• 1SS1 

1881 j Adrian Mathews " ISS1 

1882 ! Charles II. George... " 1^2 
1-SS2 I Willardll. Greene... " 1862 



FIFTn WARD. TENTH WARD. 

Henry A. Rowland.. April, 1SS0 [ Jesse Metcalf Apri], 1880 

Reginald C. Brown.. " 1880 ' Joseph F. Brown " 1880 

John C Thompson.. " 1881 j William H. Covill... tl 1881 

Nicholas Van fclyck.. " 1SS1 ! John D. Frost •' ]S8l 

JohnW.Angell 44 ]s82 : Timothy Heiiernan.. l4 18,82 

Benjamin F. Clarke. " 1882 I John Duxbury 44 1882 



Schools and Teachers. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

Located on Spring, Summer, and Pond Streets. 
David W. Hovt, Edward H. Cutler, William T. Peck, Benjamin 
I. Wheeler, Myron C. Pease, William M. Stockbridze, Henry O. 
Tripp. Sarah E. Doyle, Ellen Dudge, Rebecca E. Chase, Ajjiiea 
P. Williams, Charlotte E. Leavitt, Cornelia A. Babcock, Rosa- 
mond 11. Lcu\uns, Julia W. Dovle, Kli/.abeth J. Chase, Alice 1). 
Mumford, Teacher*, Attended by -ioi pupils. 



SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS. 



GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 
Doyle Avenue — J. Milton Hall. 
Branch Avenue — Martha li. Tcel. 
Bridgham Street— Levi W. Russell. 

Point direct — James M. Sawin. 

Federal Street— Isane 0. Window. 

Greenwich Street — George F. Weston. 

Mount pleasant— Frederick W. Wing. 

Candace Street — Eli II. Howard. 

Thayer Street— Albert J. Manchester. 

OxfordStr.it — George E. Church. 

AI ant on Avenue — Fannie W. Mowry. 

The above Grammar Schools attended by 3,7.17 pupils. 

INTERMEDIATE AND TRIMARY SCHOOLS. 
There are 35 Intermediate Schools, attended by 3,182 pupils, and 
40 Primary Schools, attended by 4.<H7 pupils. 

81'ECIAL TEACHERS. 
Teachers of Music, Benjamin W. Hood, Mary E. Kawson, Sarah 
N. Farmer. 

Teachers of Sewing, Mary E. Cary, Mary E. Fngiey. 

SALARIES OF TEACHERS. 
Schools. Grade. Salaries. 

High Principal Classical Department 82,100 

" " English and Scientific Dept.. 2,100 

44 IstAsst. Classical Department 1,400 

44 " English and Scientific Dept... 1,'MU 

2dAsst. ■• " " ... 1,W8 

44 Principal Girls' Department 1,400 

rt Teacher 2d Class, Girls' Department... l,tHH> 

" " 3d M " ll ... 900 

" Teachers (2) 4th Class, Girls' Dept., each 750 

u Assistant (I) Girls' Department 075 

(l) u " 625 

" Assistants (3) " " each... 000 
GRAMMAR.... Principals of Doyle Avenue, Bridgham, 
Federal, Point, Thayer, and Oxford 

Streets Schools, each 1.900 

** Principals of Candace and Greenwich 

Streets Schools, each 1,700 

44 Principal of Mount Pleasant School... 1,400 
44 Principals of Branch and Manton Ave- 
nues Schools, each 7<X) 

44 Assistants (6) first grade, each 700 

44 " (33) second grade, each 625 

44 Other Assistants (3!>), eaeh 575 

INTERMEDIATE, Principals (34), each 550 

14 Assistants (34), " 525 

Primary Principals (40), " 525 

44 Assistants (*:0), who have taught three 

years consecutively, each 500 

44 Assistants, who have taught not less 

than one year, each 450 

44 All other Assistants, each 350 

There is paid annually for the teaching of music in the schools 
$3,1(J0, and lor evening Bchuals $12,500. 

I*l"EtI*lC EIBKAIiY. 

Butler Exchange, 101 Westminster Street. 

Incorporated 1871. First opened t:> public, February 4, 1878. 

Open daily, except Sundays, from 10 \.m. to 9 l\M. President of 

Board of Trustee*, \\ :u. S. .vater; Treasurer, Alexander r'arnum ; 

Secretary, Frank. E. Richmond; Librarian, William E. Foster. 



lid 

II E A LTH DE I* A JC TM KS'L\ 

BOAttl> OF HKAI/nr. — Thomas A. Doyle (Mavor), Alfred 
Metcalf, Samuel W. Feckham. Sturgia P. Carpenter, Charles V. 
Sampson, John W. Rriggs, William 8. Hayward, Kolivrt E. 
Smith, William B. Greem . Henry it. Uarktfr, Charles E. Gor- 
man. Clerk— Henry V. A. Joalfn. Superintendent of Health 
— Edwin M. Snow, M.D. 

The Superintendent of Health is City Physician and Health 
Officer at Quarantine. 

PUKMC DVILIHXOS. 

Superintendent, Ohadiah Siade; .salary, fc 1,700. Office City Hall. 
The Public BuiJdiuga consist ot rite City Hall, City Building 
(Market square), Dexter Asylum, Reform School, Pioneer Build- 
ing, High, Grammar, Intermediate, and Primary School build- 
ings, Engine, Ho«e, Hook and Ladder Houses, and Police 
Stations. 

FlllE DEPAKTMENT. 

HEADQUARTERS AT CITY HALL. 

Office hour of Chief Engineer, from 11 to 12 M. 

ENGINEERS. 

Chief Engineer, Oliver E. Greene ; salary, $2,000. 

First Assistant, Ira Winsor. I Third Assistant, Wm. A. Sabin. 

Second *» Jas. M. Baker. | Fourth " S. C. Shurtleif. 

Salary, $;M) each. 

HOSE COMPANIES, 6TEAMEES, ETC. 

Hose Co. No. 1, house ou Exchange place. — Charles G. 

Cloudman, foreman. 
Hose Co. No. 2, house on South Main street. — T. R. Farrell, 

foreman. 
Hose Co. No. 3, house on Pond street. — Edwin R. Capron, 

foreman. 
Hose Co. No. 4, house on Mill street. — G. H. Bates, foreman. 
Hose Co. No. 6, house on Benevolent street. — Philip C Gray, 

foreman. 
Hose Co. No. 7, house on Richmond street. — Chas. A. Tucker, 

foreman. 
Hose Co. iSfo. 9, house on Pallas street.— George A. Steere, 

foreman. 
Hose Co. No. 11, house on Public street. — B. W. Johnson, 

foreman. 
Hose Co. No. 13, house on Central street — Edwin W. Kelley, 

foreman. 
Hose Co. No. L5, house on Wickenden street. — Edward W. 

Hall, foreman. 
Steamer No. 5, house on North Main street — Wm. E. Smith, 

foreman. 
Steamer No. 8, house on Harrison street. — Hoiden O. Hill, 

foreman. 
Steamer No. 10, house on Burnside street — Paleraon A. 

Whipple, foreman. 
Steamer No. 12, house junction of Smith and Orms streets.— 

Benjamin F. Worsley, foreman. 
Steamer No. 14, house on Putnam street. — Daniel E. Cory, 

foreman. 
Hook and Ladder No. 1, house on Exchange place. — Charles 

E. Gilfs, foreman. 
Hook and Ladder No. 2, house on Harrison street— L. N. 

Austin, foreman. 
Hook and Ladder No. 3, house on Smith street. — Edwin G. 

Lamb, foreman. 
Hook and Ladder No. 4, house on Wickenden street. — S. S. 

Shepards foreman. 
Protective Company No. 1. Organized February 1, 1S75, house 

on Exchange place. — C II. Swan, foreman. 



XJELEOJtAlMIJLC IIKK A.1*JL11M. 

[Gamewell's Automatic System. 3 

SIGNAL BOXES. 

No. Location. 



No. Location. 

2 Wayland, cor. Angell 

3 Hope, cor. Bowen 

4 No. 6 Engine station 

5 Governor, cor. Williams 
G East, cor. Coles 

7 No. 15 Engine station, Wicken- 

den street 

8 Sou to Main, cor. Pike 

9 Ives, cor. liidia 

12 No. 2 Engine station, So. Main 

13 Congdon, opp. Bowen 

14 City Building, Market square 

15 No. 5 Engine station, No. Main 
l*i Martin, cor. Charles 

17 Cove, cor. Merrill 

18 Locksvood. cor. Plain 
i 19 Camp, cor. Locust 

21 Benefit, cor. Benevolent 

23 Union, cor. Washington 

24 No. 7 Engine sta., Richmond st. 
, 2.i Point, cor. Chestnut 
| 26 Potter's ave., cor. Eddy 

27 Point, junction Friendship 

28 Gilmore, cor. Lester 

29 Dyer, cor. Ship 

31 Camp, cor. Olney 

32 Clifford, junction Dyer 
32 Stewart, cor. Pond 
35 No. 8 Engine sta., Harrison st. 
3b - WestfJeld, cor. Harrison 

: 36 Willow, cor. Svcamore 

i 38 Smith, cor. Jefferson 

; 39 R. R. crossing, Charles street 

i 41 Benefit, cor. .Meeting 

j 42 Bassett, cor. Claverick 

j 43 Beacon, cor. Friendship 

' 45 Broadway, cor. Knight 

4G New Market building, High st. 

47 Jackson, cor. Fountain 
j 48 Martin, cor. Douglas avenue 
i 51 North Main, junction Sexton 
! 52 Prov. Machine Co ' ' 
J Eddy 

: 53 Cranston, cor. Messer 
; 54 Broadway, cor. To bey 
; 5(> Atwell's avenue, cor. Dean 
| 57 Smith, cor. Onus 
1 58 Atwell's ave., cor. Manton ave. 
I 61 No. 4 Engine station. Mill st. 



j. Mil 

62 Prairie avenue, cor. Publ 

63 No. 49 Dahlia street 

64 Mathewson, cor. Westminster 

65 Atwell's ave., cor. America 
j 67 Manton avenue, cor. Julian 

68 Jackson ave. c. Huntington ave. 

71 Sabin.cor. Mathewson 

72 Trinity square 

73 High, junction Broadway 

74 Fountain, cor. Dean 



Fire Engine Ho., Ii. I. L. wks. 
76 No. 14 Engine uta., Putnam st. 

81 Prairie ave., cor. Lockwoud 

82 Fourth Police sta., Knight st, 

83 Francis, cor. Gr&spee 
S4 Smith, cor. Chalk.-tone avenue 
85 Fruit Hill ave., c. Manton ave. 
SO Dyerville Mfg. Co., Manton ave 

91 Pitman, cor. Gano 

92 Eddy, cor. Thurber's avenue 

93 West River, n. Tool Company 
121 Harkness court, c. Weybosset 

123 Cranston, cor. Winter 

124 Broad, cor. Plenty 
VS> Butler Hospital 

126 Opp. 3'JJ Atwell's avenue 

127 Broad, cor. Baker 

128 Waterman, cor. Ives 
l.'.l Benefit, cor. Halsey 
132 Bishop, junction Willard 

134 Branch ave., cor. Charles 

135 Admiral, cor. Hawkins 
L3ti Ehnhurst, cor. Eaton 

141 Central Station, Canal street 

142 Exchange pi., c. McNeal lane 

143 Dudley< cor. West Clifford 
145 Atlantic Mills (private) 

151 Whelden, cor. Anemone 

152 Smithfield ave., cor. Cemetery 

153 Common, cor. Davis 

154 Oriental Mills (private) 

161 Smith, junction Eaton 

162 Chalkstone ave., c. River ave. 

163 Fletcher Mfg. Co. (private) 

164 Silver Spring Bleachery (pvt.) 

171 City yard 

172 Calais, near Vitrol works 

213 Reservoir ave., cor. Crescent 

214 Elmwood ave., June. Reservoir 
avenue 

215 Greenwich, cor. Public 
building, 216 Thurber's ave., c. Prairie ave. 

217 Broad, cor. Laura 

224 Academy ave.. cor. Beaufort 

2 % _'7 Somerset, cor. Pine 

232 Westminster, cor. Eddy 

234 Angell,cor. Brown 

285 John, cor. Thayer 

236 Engine House, Burnside, cor. 

Oxford 
242 Page, cor. Pine 
272 Broad, cor. Pearl 
274 Branch ave., cor. Cottage row 
312 South Water, cor. Crawford 
S13 Harkness, cor. Uigu 
31-4 Kin^, Cur - Courtleud 
315 Wan skunk Mills (private) 
321 Engine Konse. Pallas street 
;>Ii Taiti Weeden'a Mills (private) 



STKEET9 AND HIGHWAYS. 

Highway Commissioners — George E. Thompson, Thomas W. Hart, 
Obadiah Brown; salary, $1,500 each. 



WATER WORK'S AM) BEWER 
j»ei»a kt.uj;\t. 

Water Commissioners — President, Lodov ;<k Brayton ; Ilenry 
L. Parsons, Nathaniel F. Potter? salary, $:.IJU ouch. Secretary, 
Clinton D. Sellew: salary, &2,?XJ0. Chief Engineer and Superin- 
tendent, Samuel M. Gray; salary, gt,fe(H). 

Supt. at Pettacousctt and Suckanoussett, Horatio L. Brings. 

Keeper of Sockanoussctt Reservoir, Jeptha Baker. 

Keeper of Hope Reservoir, Alexis C Miller. 

BRIDGES. 

Central Bridge, foot of Waterman street, over Seekonk River. 
Superintendent, Stephen P. Henry; salary, £."><*'. 

Nash-laue Bridge, Nash lane, over Masshassuck River. 

Point-street Bridge, foot of Point street, over Providence 
River. Superintendent, George W. Guoch; salary, 92.70 per 
day. Engineer, Andrew Phillips : salary, %2.~>0 per nay. Assist- ' 
ant engineers, "Walter Baxter and George C. Thomas; saiarv, 
$2.50 per day eaeh. 

Washington Bridge, foot of India street, over the Seekonk 
River. Superintendent, George Greene; salary, &W. 

LAMI'S. 
Supt of Lights, Samuel B. Swan; salary, $1,400. 



WEIGHTS AX1» MEASURES. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures, Franklin Olds. (Paid by 
fees.) 

HARBOR. 

Harbor Master (including duties ot Supt. of Dredging of 
Rivers), Daniel Joslin; salary, $1,2U0. 

SUIIVEYORS, INSPECTORS, Etc. 

City Auctioneers — Francis J. Sheldon, Charles II. Smith. 

Clerk of the Market, Charles II. Hunt. 

Commissioners ot North Burial Grounds — Oren Westcott, 
Gorham Thurber, John W. Bnggs. 

Gauger, Edward G. Farmer. 

Inspector of Beet and Pork, Henry M. Kimball. 

Inspector ot Chain Cables, Thomas Wyutt. 

Inspector of Kerosene, George A. Cole. 

Inspector of Milk, Edwin E. Caider. 

Inspectors of Pot and Pearl Ashes — William B. Blanding, 
Samuel F. Hilton. 

Inspector of Saleratus and Bi-Carbonatc of Soda, Samuel F. 
Hilton. 

Inspector of Steam Boilers, James IT. Monroe. 

Inspectors and Measurers of Carpenters', Masons', and Paint- 
ers' Work — Jonathan S. An gel J, John Buckley, George W. 
Cady, Charles F. Gritfin, Henry A. Grimwood, Is'aae N. llallett, 
Clifton A. Hall. Edson S. Jones, Robert Manchester, Alfred 
Stone, Niles B. Schubarfh, Charles F. Wilcox, Charles E. Paine. 

Measurers of Grain, Salt, and Sea Coal — Shubael B. Crowell, 
Frank P. Manchester, G. W. S. Potter. 

Overseer of City Pumps. Oliver E. Greene. 

Packers ot Fish — Peleg S. Sherman, Albert F. Fuller, William 
A. Austin. 

Port Wardenr — Philander Crosby, Jeptha Nickerson, William 
Frances llle; 

Pound Keeper at the Asylum. .John M Knowlcs. 

Bound Keeper Ninth Ward, William W. Austin. 

Pound Keeper Tenth Ward, Daniel K. Angell. 

Public Administrator, Daniel Burrows. 

Sealer of Leather, U. B. Aylsworth, 



6Ur,VEYOHb, INfcl'IXTOKS, ETC. 



Surveyors and CordcraofWood— WilliaTn W. Arnold, Thos. 
S. Battey, Samuel li. Uu.'lock, Charles D. Cobb, Klam H. <> t« . 
Stephen P. Henry, James S. Hudson, Christopher L. Holden, 
Samuel W. Hartshorn, H >bert Munehesfer, Theodore V. Matte- 
son, I Jarw in K. Mowry, John Medley, Jnbez C. Olney, Esek H. 
Pierce, Lucian W. Palmer, Theodore W. Bead, Edwin L. Spink, 
Franklin A. Steere, George L. Wood. 

Surveyors and Measurers of Stone — Clifton A. T [all, Alfred 
Stone, George W. Cady, William I . Andrews, Chas. F. Wilcox. 

Viewer of Fences, George II. Paddock. 

Viewer of Hoops, Peleg S. Sherman. 

Weigher at Ci'v Scales, Churles 1). Cobb. 

Weighers of Cotton — Frank II. Bliss. Frank II. Brown, Frank 
BraMow, Charles II. Cow-;!, Arthur W. Dennis, Charles l>y*r, 
Samuel C. Davenport, Morris li. Deming, James Herbert Foster, 
George A. Folger, Joim s. Kelh.--, Charles S. Matluewson, Jacob 
Moraun, jr., William P. .Morton, 1- rank M. Mathewson, Nutha.ii- 
iel W.Pierce, Theodore B. Pierce, Henry K. Potter, James G. 
Peek, George W. Ray. 

Weighers of Neat Cattle — Andrew Com?tock. Alfred W. Fisk, 
Lawson W. Gale, Henry W. Kimball, Addisou Livermore, Chas. 
Moore, George W. Shenuau. 

I'UKI.IC CHAKITARLE INSTITrTIOX 

Dexter Asylum — The Mayor and Aldermen act as a Board of 
Overseers. The house is in the eare of a superintendent, annu- 
ally appointed by the Board of Aldermen. Superintendent, John 
M. Knowles; salary (including salary of Matron) $1,500. Ma- 
tron, Mrs. Marv A. Knowles. Attending Physicians — William 
II. Palmer, George I). Ilers<>y. Consulting Physicians — Jarues 
W. C. Ely, Oliver C. "Wiggiu. Chaplain, Elisha W. Appleton. 

OVEKSEEK OF THE TOOK. 

George W. Wightman ; salary, $1,400. Office, Charity Build- 
ing, 2 North Court street. Hours, a to 12.30. 

1*UJ5I,IC BATHIXG I»EA.CES. 

Bath Houses — Two at Point-street Bridge, and two on Allen's 
avenue, near Seymour street. 



II A. Civ FARES. 

[Established by Ordinance, Jan. 1, 1S75.] 

For each passenger within the city, not exceeding one mile, 
FIFTY CENTS. For ca<-u additional mile or fraction of a mile, 
TWENTY- FIVE CENTS. 

Children Iron, four to twelve years of age, if more than one, or 
accompanied by an adult, HALF PUICL. Under four years of 
age, kllEE. 

Bv the Hour— For the first hour. TWO DOLLARS. Each 
subsequent hour, ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS. 

All distance* shall bo computed by straight lines on the MAP 
Or: THE CITY; and each owner or driver having charge of 
such Hackney Carriage, shall at a'l times when r-inj; tut* sansfe, 
have a copy v>t Baid MAP in said carriage, ,\ iiich BhaJJ be i-xiub- 
itcd when demanded. 

Baggage— One Trunk and one Valise, Saddlebag, Portman- 
teau, b«ndle or other article used in travelling, FREE. Kyery 
additional Trunk or other arucle above earned, TLN CENTS* 



122 



cni;juiii;s AMB PASTORS. 

[See alio CLcnjymtn, page 158.] 



BAPTIST. 

Broadway Poetise Church, Broadway, cor. Valley. B. . Morse 

Central Baptist, High, corner Bur rill. 

Congdon Street Baptist, J. \V. Mitchell. 

Cranston Street Church, Cranston, cor. Pnine, M. IT. Bixby. 

Firs" Baptist, North Main. bet. Waterman and Thomas, E. G. 

Taylor. 
Fourth' Baptist, Scott, corner Bacon, W. W. Everts, jr. 
Friendship Street Baptist, Friendship, n. Prince. E.P. Farnham. 
Jetlt-rso.i Street Baptist, Jctlerson, corner Common. 
Roger Williams Chapel, Wanskuck, Ward in. 
South Baptist Church, Potter's ave., d»r. Plain. S. G. Woodrow. 
Stewart Street Baptist, Stewart, corner Pond. E. A. Wondi. 
Union Baptist. East, cor. John. E. EI. Jolinson. 
Mount Pleasant Baptist Mission, Chalkstone av., n. Academy av. 
Jefferson Street Mi *<don, Smith, cornel Buggies. 
America Street M ission, corner Asia. 

CONGREGATIONAL, TKINITAr.IAN. 
Beneficent Congregational, Broad, near corner Chestnut. James 

G. VOse. 
Central Congregational, Benefit, near cor. College. Geo. Harris. 
Charlea Street Congregational, Charles, near Bail road crossing. 

A.F.Keith. 
Elmwood Congregational, Greenwich, corner Oakland. C. F. 

Humphreys. 
Free Evangelical Congregational, Richmond, corner Bine. Henry 

H. Northrop. 
Pilgrim Congregational, Harrison, near High. Thomas Laurie. 
Plymouth Congregational, Prairie avenue, cor. ColwelL Henry 

B. Bobcrts. 

Union Congregational, Broad, near Stewart. A. J. F. Behrends. 

EPISCOPAL. 

Bishop, Kt. Rev. Thomas M. Clark, Providence. 

Church of the Messiah, High, cor. Valley, Olnevville. Delanccy 

G. Rice. 
Church of the Redeemer, North Main, corner Riley. Charles H. 

Wheeler. 
Church of the Saviour, Benefit, cor. Transit. John C. Hewlitt. 
Church of the Epiphany, Eimwood. 

Christ Church, < >xford, corner Eddy. Samuel H. Webb. 
Grace Church. Westminster, cor. Mathewson. David H. Greer. 
House of the Intercessor, West Clifford, corner Portland. 
All Saints Memorial, High, corner Stewart. Daniel Henshaw. 
St. Gabriel's Church, 10 Carroll. 

St. James Church, Gesler, below Courtland. W. D. U. Shearman. 
St. John's, North Main, cor. Church. C. A. L. Richards. 
St. Stephen's, George, east of Brown. James W. ColweLl. 
St. Thomas Chapel, Eagle Park. 

FREE BAPTIST. 
First Free Baptist, High, Olneyville. A- L. Gerrish. 
Greenwich Street Free Baptist, Greenwich, corner West Friend- 
ship. Lewis Dexter. 
Second Free Baptist. Pond street. J. D. Yeuey. 
Park Str-H-t Free Bap i^t. Park, corner Jewett. J. M. Brewster. 
Park Stv.-. t Mission, ;*0 liardenburg. 

Roger Williams Free Baptist. High, cor. Knight. A. T. Salley. 
Roger Williams Free Baptist Mission, New Depot ave., Cranston. 
First Fire Baptist Chapel, Pettis street. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL, IT.OVll>ENCE DISTRICT. 
Presiding Elder, Rev. Daniel A. Whedon. i>. P.. Providence. 
Ashbury M. K. Church, Ilewes, near No. Main. W. II. Stetoon. 
Broadway M. E. Church, lo:5 Broadway. E. F. Jones, 
Chestnut Street, Chestnut, cor. Clifford. B. P. Raymond. 



CBUBCUES AND PASTOKS. 



Hope Street M. E. Church, Hope, eor. Power. D. A. Jordan. 
Mathewson Street, Mathewson, near cor. Westminister. W. F. 

Whitcher. 
St. Paul's Church, Plain, corner Swan. Alexander Anderson. 

Trinity Methodi t Episcopal, Broad, corner Bridgham. I>. P. 
Leaviu. 

BOM AH CATHOLIC. 

Bishop, lit. Rev. Thomas F. H.ndrieken, D. 1). 

Church of St. Peter :md St. Paul, High, near tenner, Thomas 

F. Hendrickcn, Farrell O'Reilley, Jus. Y. Urennan, Corne- 
lius McSwecney, William Staug. 
St. John's Church, AtwelTs ave., corner Sutton. J. J. Mi-Cube, 

James Walsh. 
St. Patrick's Church, State, near Smith. C. Hughes, John ! tarty. 
St. .Mary's Church, Broadway, corner Barton. R. J. Sullivan, 

James Murphy, 
St. Joseph's Church, Hope, corner Arnold. William 13. Clrary, 

John Gatfuey, and James J. Brie. 
Church of the Immaculate Conception, West River, Ward 10. 
Church of the Assumption, Potter's avenue, near Cranston street. 

M. M.Cluue. 
St. John's French Church. 
St. Edward's, Geneva. James Finnegan. 
St. Michael's Church, Prairie av. M. A. Wallace, Michael O'Hare. 

UNITARIAN. 
First Congregational, Benefit, corner Benevolent. C. A. Staples. 
Church of the Ministry at Large, Gluey, opposite Pratt. Alfred 

Manchester. 
Westminster Congregational, Mathewson, near Westminster. 

Augustus Woodbury. 

UN1VEESAI.IST. 
Church of the Meditator, Cranston, cor. Burgess. Henry "W. 

Rug.?- 
First Universali6t, Green, cor. Washington. Henry I. Cushman. 
Carroll Street Uuiversalist Mission. 

VAEIOTJS DENOMINATIONS. 

Advent Christian Society, Hammond street. N. P. Cook. 

African Union Church, Cliyton street. 

Allen Chapel, A street. William II. i'eocum. 

American Union Mission, junction North Main and Mill streets. 

Bethel, Meeting street, near Thayer. F. J. Cooper. 

Branch Avenue Mission, coiner Charles. 

Calvary Mission, Bergen, near Chalkstone avenue. 

Christian, Broad, corner Fenner. C. A. Tillinghast. 

Church of Jehovah, n.4 Broad 

Church ot the Yahveh, E* an gclieal Advent, Pearl, corner rovi- 
dence. Lemuel Osier. 

Columbia Haii Mission, 62 Hardenburg. 

Congregational Sons of Israel and David, Pine, cor. Page. 

Firvt Presbyterian, Clitford, cor. Claverick. Thomas Parry. 

Free Religious Society, Beethoven Hall,. f>7 Snow. F. A. Hinckley. 

Friends Society, North Main, cor. Meeting. 

New Jerusalem Church, Broad, cor. Linden. F. H. Henipcrley. 

Mount Z ion, Tti Lilac. T. E. Aldridge. 

Progressive Church of God. Jledlev Hall. 

Reorganized Church of Je~us Chri>t of L. D. S.. 159 Westmin- 
ster. William Bradbury, presiding elder. 

Seamen'* Bethel, Wickenden, near Bridge. 

Second I-M-.vnt. Bu^ec: had. 4-.»i High street 

United Presbyterian. Broadway, near Sabin. M. S. MeCord. 

Ujuou American Mission Church, junction Miil and No. Main. 

Union Sea and Land Mission. Ashore and Afloat. Rev. Charles 
II. Plummer, US John street, superintendent. 

Zion Church. Gaspce, near Smith.. J. II. Anderson. 



SOCIETIES, IXSTITITIONS, ETC. 

Altredians (Order of), meets 2d and 4th Tuesday of each month 
at 7u Weybo»6et. lion. Com., Hubert Buckley. Sec, Richard 
Chadwick, 24 Pleasant. Treasurer, James Turner. 

American Protestant Association. Providence 'Jity Lodge No. 2, 
meets Monday evening at 70 VVeybosse'. W. M., Andrew 
Glover, lice. See., Frank Drummond. Treas , Jos, Wilson. 

American Protestant Encampment, Mt. Carntc] Encampment 
No. lot' K. L,mects 1st Tuesday of each month ut ;o Wey- 
bosset. W.P., Andrew Glover. Secretary, Jolm Uailiday, 
1 Andrew. Treasurer, Daniel O. Brings. 

Ancient Order of Foresters, meets 1st ami ,;d Thursdays of each 
month in Friendship Hull, 70 Weybosnet. Chief Hanger, 
John J. Gaynor. Secretary, Charles A. Bishop, 65 Rubin&ou. 
Treasurer, Alfred Barker. 

Brown University, Prospect, Waterman, and George stn-ets. 
President, Rev. £. G. Robinson, LL.D. Librarian, Reuben 
A. Guild, LL.D. Registrar, Hev. William Douglas. 

Brownson Lyceum, 1511 Westminster. President, J. 0. Hanrahan. 
See., E. A. Hughes, ',:, Westminster, Treas , T. F. Giibane. 

Butler Hospital to? the Insane, North street, cur. Butler avenue. 
President, Amos C. Bars tow. Treas., Moses B. I. Goddard. 
Secretary, Charies .Morris Smith. 

Elmwood Lyceum, Jackson avenue, near Potter's ave. President, 
John E. O'Neill. See'y, Thomas F. McDonald, 20 Wheatou 
avenue. Treasurer, James E. O'Neill. 

Franklin Lyceum, t/J Westminster. President, Henry W r . Allen. 
Secretary, Arthur L. Brown. Treas., Harmon S. Babcock. 

Friends Boarding School, Hope, near Gluey street. Principal, 
Augustine .Jones. 

Home tor Aged .Men, iM Point. President, TIenrv J. Stecre. Sec., 
Mrs. J. W. Tiilinghast. Treasurer. Daniel A. Taylor. 

Home for Aged Women, Front, cor. Fast street. President, Miss 
Maria M. Benedict. Treasurer, Mrs. Thomas Lincoln, Rec. 
Secretary, Mrs. Jacob Symonds, 'M Waterman. 

Home for Friendless \\ 'omen, Suckett street. Conducted by Mrs. 
James Roberts. 

Irish National Association. President, Jolm McElroy. Rec. 
Secretary, P. .1. Dougherty. Treasurer, Hugh Kerr. 

Irrepressible Society, 81 North Main. Pres., Miss C V. Sibley. 
Secretary, Miss C. Hartshorn, 5l> Waterman. Treasurer, Miss 
II. II. Tyler. 

Ladies' Auxiliary Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani- 
mals, 17 College. President, Mrs. Wni. A. Robinson. Tieas., 
Mrs. .Jacob J)u nnell, Pawtucket. Secretary, Mrs. B. B. Ham- 
mond, 2a Augell, 

Ladies' R. 1. Homceopathic Hospital Aid Association, 270 West- 
minster. President, Mrs. Clifton A. Hall. secreU'rv, S. F. 
Barrows, 14 Pallas. Treas., Mrs. William Von G.-ttschaik. 

Liedeikranz, Ifrl Westminster. President, Jacob Brug. Sec'y, 
Frederick Schweitzer, 12 Steeple. Treas.. "William Goerner. 

Mariners' Befltel, h-j Wickenden, and 35U Benefit. Under the 
direction of the Providence Seamen's Friend Society. 

Mechatiics' Exchange of the City of Providence. 23 Weybosset. 
President, G. R. Phillips. Treasurer, N. F.Potter. Secretary, 
H. R. Chadsev, iO Weyhosset. 

Narragansett Boat Club," Peek's wharf, foot of Orange srroet. 
President, Frederick A. Gower. Captain. William D. Nisbet. 
Secretary. William C. Smith, P. O. box 8 ; 0. Treas., Walter 
L. Ton vie! let. 
Orpheus Club, Harmony Hal!. 70 WVyhos;.--t. Pres;. lenJ. Edwin 
Baker. Treasurer and Secretary. "Wii'lnm B. Bennett. 

Providence Association for the Bone tit of I'oVred Children, 20 

Olive. President, Miss Phebe Jackson. Siv'v.Mjss Caroline 

B Weeden. P. O. box 4'.<s. Treas.. .Mrs. Martha L. Glezen. 

Providence Association ot Firemen. President, Win. A. Sabia. 

Secretary, Edward W. Hall, Ijjd Dyer. Treas., C. II. Swan. 



SOCIETIES, INSTITUTIONS, ETC. 



Providence Association of Mechanics and Manufacturers. 54 No. 

Main. President, John P. Walker. Treus., Silvanus Ting ty. 

Secretary, Samuel Li. Tinjsley. 
Providence Athcnreum, Benefit, cor. College street. President, 

William Gammeil. Treasurer, Stephen II. Arnold. Scc'y, 

William M. Bailer, jr., 31 Market suuarc. 
Providence Base Ball Association. President and Trea«urerj 

Henry T. Root. Secretary, Henry B. Winship, Providence. 
Providence Board of frade, Wilcox building, 41 Wevbosset. 

President, James II. CUoce. Treat., Benjamin W. Persons. 

Secretary, F. P. Little. 
Providence Caledonian Club. Ciiief, William Cook. Secretary, 

Thomas W. Lind, 212 Kichmond. Treas., Robert McGregor. 
Providence Charitable Find Society. President, Hon. William 

W. Ifoppin. Treasurer, Rev. Augustus Woodbury. Secy, 

Robert B. Chamber*, 1U Exchange place. 
Providence Children's Friend Society, 47 T<»bev. President. Mrs. 

Sarah F. Tobey. Rec. Secretary, .Mrs. M. A. Talbot, 92 Aliny. 

Treasurer. Mrs. Christopher Lippitt. 
Providence Dispensary. Cliairnnin of Managers, Charles W. 

Parsons. Treas., j. W. Vernon. Secretary, J. II. DeWolf, 

20 Market square. 
Providence Female Charitable Society. Directress, Mrs. Henry 

G. Russell. Secretary, Mrs. Edward Carrington, 38 Williams. 

Treasurer, Mrs. Cornelia E. Green. 
Providence Franklin Society, 47 North Main. President, Dr. W. 

O. Brown. See'y, Charles M. Salisbury, -13 Xo. Main. Treas., 

A. L. Calder. 
Providence Marine Society, Masons' Hall. President, Cyrus B. 

Manchester. Treas., John II. Purkis. Secretary, George W. 

Brown, ]fls Hope. 
Providence Medical Association, 47 No. Main. President, W. E. 

Anthonv, M.D. See'y, E. S. Allen, M.D., Providence. Treas., 

W. II. Tracer, M.D. 
Providence Mutual Health Association. President, Curtis W. 

Dexter. See'y and Treas., William E. Ripley, 27 .Vmv. 
Providence Police Association. President, Andrew .McKenzie. 

Treasurer. James P. Scott. Clerk, Setli L. Horton. 
Providence Public Library. Butler Exehun_'e. I'd Westminster. 

President of Board ot Trustees, William S. Slater. Treas., 

Alexander Faruum. Secretary, Frank E. Richmond. 
Providence Reform School, East, cor. Front street. Chairman of 

Trustees. Hon. Thomas A. Doyle. See'y, Edwin M. Snow. 

Superintendent, Martin L. Eldridge. 
Providence Seamen's Friend Society. President, J. A. Chedel, 

Esq. Secretary and Treasurer, G. T. Gray, 90 South Water. 
Providence Yacht Club. President. Benymiin Stillwell. See'y 

and Treasurer. E. F. Dustin, S5 West Clifford. 
Rawson Fountain Society, .17 Weybosset, room 2. Clerk, H. C. 

Cranston. Treasurer. S. A. Wittsor. 
Rhode Island Baptist Education Societv. President, Prof. S. S. 

Greene, LL.D., Providence. See'v, Reuben A. Guild, EL.D., 

Providence. Treasurer, A. B. McCrillis. 
Rhode Island Baptist Social Union. President, James Boyce. 

Secretary, David W. Hovt. Treasurer, Thomas II. Barton. 
Rhode Island Baptist Sunday School Convention. President, 

William T. Peck. Secretary. Thomas Sampson. Wanskuck 

Mills. Treasurer, Alvah W. Godding. 
Rhode rslnnd Bible Society, 17 Westminster. President. William 

(Jammed. LL.D. Treasurer, William J. Kin;;. Secretary, 

Warren S. Greene. 
Rhode Island Children's Hospital and Nursery, 2W Williams. 

President, Mrs. A. F. Dexter. Treasurer, Mrs. A. G. Durfee. 

Secretary, Mrs J. c. Kimball, 3 Wayland avenue. 
Rhode fsland Historical Society, Waterman, near Prospect street. 

President. Samuel G. Arnold, Portsmouth. Secretary, Vmos 

Perry, Providence, 'i'reas., Richmond P. Everett, Providence. 



SOCIETIES. INSTITUTIONS, ETO. 



Rhode Island Homeopathic Society. President, William Von 
Gottsehaik. Secretary, George li. Peck, jr., 824 North Alain. 
Treasurer, Georfge D. Wilcox. 

Rhode Inland Horticultural Society. Prcs.. Samuel IT. Wale*. 
Corresponding Secretary, Thomas K. Parker, 113 Lippitt. 
Treasurer, A. W. Godding. 

Rhode Liard Hospital. President, George T. C!»acc. Treasurer, 
ltov.-i C. Taft. Secretary, Samuel H. l)orranoe,24 No. Main. 

Rhode Island Institute of Instruction, 1<>4 North .Main. Pres., 
Joseph Eastman, East Greenwich. Secretary. X. D. Tingley, 
Pawtueket. Treasurer, E. II. Howard, West Park. 

Rhode Island Medical Society. President, Edward T. Caswell. 
Recording Secretary, Walter E. Anthony, 310 Benefit. Trcas., 
C. If- Leonard. 

Rhode Island Peace Society. President, Rev. E. G. Robinson, 
D.D. Secretary, Amos Perry, Providence. Treasurer, D. R. 
"Whittemore. 

Rhode Island Pharmaceutical Association. Pres., E. P. Sumner. 
Secretary, F. J. Phillips, Providence. Treasurer, John W. 
Cone. 

Rhode Island Foultry and Columharian Society. President, 
. Henry J. Reynolds, Recording Secretary, James L. Bullock, 
Providence. Treasurer, A. li. .Martin. 

Rhode Island School of Design, Hoppin Homestead building. 
President, C. B. Far ns worth. Treasurer, Heurv R. Claice. 
Secretary. Sarah E. Doyle, 67 Chestuut. 

Rhode Island Society of Cincinnati. President, Hon. Nathaniel 
Greene. Sec'tarv, Dr. llenrv E. Turner, Newport. Treasurer, 
Samuel C. Blodgct. 

Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 
17 College. President, George L. Clarke. Secretary and 
General Agent, N. A. Fisher, 17 Coilege. Treasurer," John 
W. Angell. 

Rhode Island Society for the Encouragement of Domestic In- 
dustry, 128 North Main. President, Qhadiah Brown, Provi- 
dence. Secretary and Treasurer, Joseph S- Pitman, Hi Keene. 

Rhode Island Sunday School Convention. President, Rev. D. H. 
Greer. Corresponding Secretary, Thomas P. Barntield, Paw- 
tucket. Recording Secretary, Rev. A. £. Main, Ashaway. 

Roger Williams Monument Association., President, Zachariah 
Allen. Corresponding Secretary, Amos Perry. Treasurer, 
Henry T. Beckwith. 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Historical Society, 57 Westminster. Presi- 
dent, Gen. Elisha II. Rhodes. Tr'ea?.. Col. Philip S. Chase. 
Recording Secretary. Dr. William F. Hutchinson, 1.57 High. 

St. Aloysius Orphan Asylum, prairie avenue. Conducted by the 
Sisters of Mercy. Superior, Sister Mary Francis Borgia 
Douglass. President, High* Rev. T. F. Uendricken, D.D. 

St. Xavu-r's Sceietv, tor young ladies, 300 Broad. Conducted bv 
the Sisters of Merev. 

Union for Christian Work. Iiv5 Broad. President, William B. 
Weeden. Secretary, Miss S. B. Randolph, 4 Camp. Treas., 
E. S. Aldrieh. Librarian, Mrs. Martha W. Greene. 

women'? Christian Association. Boarding Home, 66 Fountain. 
President, Mrs. J. L. Lincoln. Treasurer, Mrs. Henry T. 
Brown. Secretary, Mrs. Emory Lyon, 9 Young Orchard 
avenue. 

Women'* City Missionary Society. President, Mrs. X. A. Fisher. 
Secretary, Mrv. J. n. HmtkU, 2.r, Beae.'it. Treasurer, Miss 
Amelia de F. Loekwood. 

Women s Foreiirn Missionary Society. Connected with the 
Methodist ChnreiK-s ot P'rovhh-nce. President, Mrs. C. W. 
Jabyan. Recordm* Secretary Mrs. J. K. Barney, 521 Broad. 
TreuMirer, Mi<s A M. Rp.-vne. 

\iiung Mv.-.'s «'\!iv!s:ian Association, 98 Weybosset President, 
George a> F. Hinckley. Librarian and General Secretary, 
1 nomas C. Crocker, Treasurer, Benjamin VV. Ham. 



127 
BfASONlC. 

Communications are held in Masonic Hall, What Cheer Building. 
GRAND LODGE <"F RHODE ISLAM). 
Mfcts annually, third Monday in May; lemi-annually, third 

Monday in November, G. M., E. L. Freeman, (,'entral Palls. 

D. G. M.% Thomas Vineent, Westerly. <-'. s. »'., Henry C. Field, 

Providence. O. J- H r ., Geo. F. Crandall, Newport. Q, Treaty 

Clinton D. Sellew, Providence. Grand Secretary, Fdwin Baker, 

Providence. 

St. John's Lodge V*5. ], Weduesday before full moon. Secretary, 
Samuel II. Field. 

Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 4, Thursday before full moon. Secretary, 
Marcus M. Burdiok. 

"What Cheer Lodge No. 21, first Friday in each month, except 
July and August. Secretary* Ed win Baker. 

Corinthian Lodge No. 27, second Tuesday in each month. Sec'y, 
Fred. W. Barney. 

Rising Sun Lodge No. . f J0, Fast Providence, fourth Friday iu 
each month. Secretary, Samuel S. Baker, jr. 

Adelphoi Lodge No. 33, tirst Tuesday in each month. Sccrrtary, 
Oliver F. Greene. 

Redwood Lodge, U. D., second Monday in each month. Sec'y, 
Lorenzo Trover. 

Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Rhode Island. Annual convoca- 
tion second Tuesday in March. G. u. p., Rev. William N. 
Ackley. D. G. H. P., Samuel G. Stiness. G. A'.. Benjamin 
Greene. G. S., J. Howard Manchester. G. T., Clinton D. 
Sellew. G. .V., William K. Greene. 

Grand Council R. and S. M. Animal ass'-mbiy, second Monday 
in March. G. M., Amos A. Pevey, Woonsocket. J). G. M.. 
Edwin Baker, Providence. G. P. C. of w., George A. Sweet, 
Providence. G. Treat., Stephen C. Arnold, Providence. G. 
Jiec, William R. Greene. Providence. 

Providence Royal Arch Chapter. Regular convocation, Thursday 
after full moon. H. P., John V. Luther, king, Horace K. 
Blanchard. Scribe, George W. Dickinson. Treasu rer, Amasa 
C. Tourtellot. Secretary, William R. Greene. 

Providence Council No. 1, R. and S. M. Regular assembly, second 
Friday m each month. T. I. .If., Edwin baker. D.M., Hor- 
ace K". Blanchard. P. C. of W., John W. Pettis. Treasurer, 
Daniel L. Davis. Rec, William R. Greene 

St. John's Commandery, No. 1, of K. T. Regular assembly;, first 
Monday in each month. K. C, Walter B. Vincent. G., Wm. 
E. Husband. C. G., Alfred G. Fierce. P., George M. Car, 
penter, jr. S. w., H. S. Richardson. J. w., James C. Lester. 
Treat., John G. Massey. R-c, William R. Green.-. 

Cavalry Commandery, K.*T. Regular assembly, first Tuesday in 
each month, j?. C, Clinton I). Sellew. G., Horace K. Blan- 
chard. (7. <?., Alvord O. Miles. P., Henry C. Field. S.W., 
Arthur W. Dennis. J. FT., Edwin Baker. Treasurer, Amasa 
C. Tourtellot. lice, Cyril A. Babeoek. 

GRAND COMMANDERY OF MASSACHUSETTS AND RHODE 
ISLAND. 
Meets annually in October, semi-annually in March, at Boston 

and Providence. G. C, Nelson W. Aldrich. D. G C, William 

H. Kent. G. G., Caleb Saunders. G. V. G.. George II. Burn- 
ham. 67. P., Rev. T. St. John. S. G. W., Charles C. Hutchinson. 

J. G. W., Edward L. Freeman. G. T.. James M. Upham. 

G. It., Alfred F. Chapman. 

WASOXK. (Colored.) 

[Communications are held in Masonic Hall, 21 South Main.] 
GRAND I.oOOE. 

Meets in March, June, September, and December. .if. W. U.M., 
Joseph 11. Banks. R. W. P. G u., Walter M. Webster. /.' »»'. 
s. <;. IT M James Jefferson. R. w.j. a, »r.. F. Augustus Talbot. 
G. Treas., Etta J. Morris. Q. Secretary, R. F. Nicola. 



MASOMC (COLORED) — ODD FELLOWS. 



Harmony Lodge No. 1, first and third Thursdays. Secretary, 

Daniel Kelleher. 
Celc.sri.il Lod^e. No. 2, first and third Mondays. Secretary, Chas. 

T. Adams. 
Radiant Sun Xo. 4, second and last Mondays. Secretary, Ahram 

.J. Blunt. 
King Solomon Lodge No. 5, first and third. Wcdnesda3 r s. Secy, 

Otis Boone. 
Star of the East I<odge No. G, first and third Fridays. Secretary, 

John J I. Funis. 
Lorie Star Lodge No. 7, second and fourth Tuesdays. Secretary, 

James 11. Chaee. 
Boyer Lodge No. S, first and third Wednesdays. Secretary, Sam'l 

C. Johnson. 
Union Lodge No. 9 (Unite), under the jurisdiction of the above 

Grand Lodge. First and third Fridays. Secretary, Cyrus VV. 

Lindsey 
Golden Rule Itoyal Arch Chapter No. 47. Secretary, James 

II. Chare. 
Golgotha Commandery No. 23, K. T., fourth Friday in each 

mouth. Recorder, E. J. Morris. 

OJ»J» FELLOWS. 

Meetings are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, 97 Weybosset street. 

GRAND ENCAMPMENT OF RHODE ISLAND. 
Meets annually on the first Wednesday in March, at 10 A.M. 

V. \V. G. Pat., Sidney Dean. M. E. G. High J'rirst, Thomas R. 

Potter. R. W. G.S. W., Reuben K. Miller. R. W. G. Scribe, Lind- 

sey Anderson. R. W. G. Treat., Daniel [lorton. R. »K. G. J. W. , 

S. C. Woodbury. Grand Reps, to G. L. of U. S., Win. S. Johnson 

and Allen Jenckes. W. G. Sentinel, Leopold Ilartman. W. G. 

Herald, E. J. Locke. 

Narracransctt Encampment No. 1, meets second and fourth 
Fridays. R. Scribe, E. F. Dustin. 

Moshassuek Encampment No. 2, meets first and third Thurs- 
days. R. Scribe, M. W. Morton. 

Woonasquatucket Encampment No. 10, meets first and third 
Mondnvs, in Irons Hall, Oineyville square. R. Scribe, John 
Bamford. 

Plymouth Encampment No. 11, meets second and fourth Mon- 
days, in F.ddv's Iiali, High, corner Oliver street. R. Scribe, 
Charles Waite. 

Mazeppa Encampment No. 12, meets first and third Fridays, in 
Unity Hall, Ocean street. R. Scribe, E. A. Luther. 

Annawan Encampment No. 13, meets second and fourth Tues- 
days, in Earls block, Soutli Main, corner James. R. Scribe, 
J. A. Tow n send. 

Uncas Encampment No. 14, meets first and third Fridays, on 
Union, car. Westminster street, ft. Scribe, M. M. Johnson. 

Minehaha Bnearhpmrtrt No. 10. meets first and third Wednes- 
days, in Hedly's block, Charles st. R. Scribe, S. A. Wheiden. 

Fraternity Encampment No. 17. meets second and fourth Thurs- 
days.'in Ray's block. R. Scribe, C. A. Ingraham. 



GRAND LOD«'JE. 
Meets annually on the first T::c«=d:iv in February, at 10 A.M. 
J/. IT. G.M., William D. Child. R- »'- D> < >tt* G. .',/., 'L. C. Tour- 
tedot. R. ir. a. jr., Hollis M. Coombs. R. » T . G. £e., J. F. Dris- 
eoft. R. w. g. Treat., D. Horton. R. W. G. Chap., Lester S. 
HilL R. H'. G. Ren,, to G. L. of U. £.. G. F. bobbins and 
Lindsey Anderson, w. G. Marshal, Leahder G. Sherman. W, G. 
C'mductor, Albert A. Sweet, IF. G. Guardian. Geo. W. Arnold. 
W. G. Herald, George II. Wheaton. 



OIH) FELLOWS. 



Friendly Union Lodge No. 1, meets Thursday. R- Sec, L. P. 

Beekfurd. 
Eagle Lodge No. 2, meets Wednesday. R. Sex., Frnnk H>rr. 
Roger Williams Lodge No. 3, meets Tuesday. R. Sec, John II. 

Campbell. 
Hope Lodge No. 4, meets Monday. R.See., Henry 1 1. Tratnan. 
Cnuoneius (^odge So. I), meets Friday. rt. See., Oscar F. Smith. 
Manufacturers Lodge No. 13, meets Tuesday, in Irons ilall, 

OlneyviUe. R. Sec, Edward Bottoiaiy. 
Swarts Lodge Xo. IS. meets Wednesday, tit 2<»7 Westminster st. 

R. S<c .JohiiT. Uatuer. 
Pilgrim Lodge No. !'.». meets Friday, in Eddy's Hall, Hall st. 

R. Sec, Edward I. Mulcahey. 
Unity Lodge Xo. 20, meets Tuesday, in Unity Hall, Ocean st., 

corner Potter's avenue. It. Sec... Rudolph Ottge. 
Franklin Lodge No. 2o\ meets Wednesday. R. See. % J. A. 

Town send. 
Crescent Lodge No. 24, meets Tuesday, in Valentine Hall, 34*5 

IIi£h street. R. Sec, Eouia K. Scugrnve. 
North Star Lodge No. 23, meets Monday, In Hedlv's block, 

Charles street. R. Sec. Samuel A. Wheldcn. 
Westminister Lodge No. 27. meets Monday, in Rhodes block, cor. 

of Union and Westminster streets. R. Sec, C. E. Gott. 
James Wood Lodge No. ;)0, meets Wednesday, on Cranston st. 

R. See., W.T. Griffith. 
Mayflower Lodge No. .11, meets Thursday, in Valentine Hal!, 34t} 

High street. R. Sec. Everett E. Drake. 
Reliance Lodge No. 34. meets Tuesday, in Kay's block, Watche- 

moket. R. Sec, Cyrus E. Gotf. 
Olive Branch Lndjie No. :57, meets Friday, at 207 Westminster st 

R. Sec % II. E. Burdick. 
Naomi Degree Lodge No. 1, I>. of R., meets second and fourth 

Thursday?. R. Sec, .Mrs. C. A. Winslow. 
Charity Degree Lodge No. :;. I), of II., meets second and fourth 

Tuesdays. R. S>:c. . Edith A. Kennedy. 
Doreas Degree Lodge No. 7, 1>. of K., meets first and third Tues- 
days, in Unity Hall. R. Sec, Mrs. Mary A. W'aite. 
Ruth Degree Lodge No. 8, 1). of It., meets second and 

fourth Wednesdays, in Hedly's block. R. Sec, Mrs. A. 

E. Jcnne. 
Rose Standish Decree Lodge No. t>. D. of R.. meets first and fourth 

Mondays, in Eddy's Hall, IIi£h street. R. Sic, Mrs. W. L. 

Powers. 
Rachel Lodge No. 15. D. of R., meets first and third Mondays, in 

Odd Fellows' Halt. R. S-c Mrs. L. W. Lewis. 
Odd Fellows' Beneficial Association, meets the last Tuesday, In 

Butler Exchange, room 7, 3d floor. R. Sec, William E. 

Whiting. 
Odd Fellows' Mutual Relief Society, meets third Tuesday in each 

quarter. R. Sec, John F. Driscol. 



O. U. O. OF ODD FJEI.I.OWS. 

(Colore*!.) 

Hope Lodge No. 1119, meets second and fourth Tuosdavs."nt 21 

South. Alain street. P. S., George II. Worthingron. 
Narragansett Lodsre No. 1541, meets second and fourth Thurs- 
days, at 21 South Main street. P. S.. Lewis Kenegoe. 
Weybosset Lodge No. lv.ll, meets ^-c-uid and fourth Wednesdays, 

at 21 South Main street /'. 5., Ezra J. Morris. 
P. G. Masters Chapter No. 21, meets eve rv fourth Fridav, at 21 

South Main street. W. (i. Af.. Samuel J. Abiams. W. G. S., 

William H.Turner. 
Household of Ruth No.-n, .v.tr. p. /?.. E*f* 3. Morris. W. D. P. R.. 

James K. Polk. ir. v., George T. Smith. II". 7"., Harriet A. 

Watson. IF. n- , Jonathan Watson. 



130 

ORANB ARMY OF TIIJG REPV ISI,I<:. 

KOSTEIi OF OFFICERS OF 1IIF. Di:i*AKT.M EM OF It. I. 

Commander, Henry K. Barker, Providence. Senior Vies Com- 
mander, Charles C. brav, Providence. .Junior Vii c Commander, 
Sauuul R. Honey, Newport. Med cal Director, Lorenzo Travcr, 
M.D., Providence. Av,i-;;mt Adjiitant General, W.J. Bradford, 
Providence. Assistant (J larteruiaster General, Kdwaid Thover, 
Pawtucket. Chaplain, Rev. f. J. Wotriev, Pawiuekct. Inspector, 
Theodore A. Barton, Providence. Judtie Advocate, Erviit T. 
Case, Providence. Chief Mustering Orllcer. George II. Pettis, 
Pawtuxet. Chief of Staff, Charles II. Williams, Providence. 
Council of Administration. C. (i. Stanton, Westerly; W. II. 
Turner, Provideucci F. W. Hamilton, Pawtucket; W. J. Cross- 
ley, M.J. Higj^Lns, Providence. [Relegates to National Lueaiup- 
ment, Benjamin L. Hall, Edward Thayer. 
Prcscoft Post No. I, meets at 21 Weybosset, Fridays. Commander, 

Philip S. Cliace. Adjutant. Eugene A. Cory. 
Arnold Post No. 4, mat- at 9l»l Lddy, Mondays. Commander. 

W. F. Hutchinson. Adjutant, M.J. Higjiius. 
Sloeum Post No. 10, meets at 159 Westminster, Wcdnesd:. vs. Com- 
mander, Frank G. Aiien. Adjutant, Charles li. Williams. 
Rodman Po.st No. Pi, meets at 2<> Westminster, 2d Tuesdav in each 
month. Commander, J. Albeit Monroe. Adjutant, Theodore 
Andrews. 
Ives Post No. 13 ("colored), meets at 02 Weybosset. Thursdays. 
Commander, F. V. Uelme. Adjutant, William II. Beckett. 



KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

GKANH LOT7GK. 
G.C., John W. Greene. G.V.C., William A. 



G.P., 



J. Frank Brigg*. G.K. of /.'. and '*.. A. O. Rockwell. G. .If. of 
B.i George L. walker. G..\r. w a., LCdmund F. Amiable. G.I.G , 
A. B. Gladding. G.O.G., Heyman Krohne. P.G.C., F. A. 

Pratt. I{*prestntativcs to Supreme L'kVjc of the World, J. B. Bray- 
ton, Charles A. Lee. 

Daman Lodge No. 3, meets Tuesday in Ilaggai Hall, 41 Wey- 
bosset. A', of R. and &'., A. F. Goudailler. 

St. John's Lodge No. (J, meets Tuesday in Springer's Hall, High 
street. A', of R. and S., J. It. Pcaree. 

Oriental Lodge No. y, meets Thursday in Odd Fellows' Hall, 373 
High. A', of n and 5., James L. Ripley. 

St. George Lodge No. U, meet- W«.d!-»- dav in Pythian Hall, 56 
Westminster. A", of It, and >.. R. J. .Mullen. 

Herman Lodge No. 1.5. nicer* Fi hi a v iu Pjthian Hall, /»G West- 
minster. A*, of Jt. and S. t William L. Wildenhaiu. 



KK16HTS OF HOXOR. 

GTCANP LODGE OF RHODE ISLAND. 
P.G.D., nenrv C Field, Providence. G ./>., ITenrv Cram, 
Providence. G.V.I)., K. S. Franklin. Newport. G A. P., O. E. 
Bigclow, Providence. G.U . F. li. Hayden, Providence. G.T., 
James (;. Whitekouse, Providence. Q. Ghap. % William E. Ab- 
bott, Plienix. G. Guide, A. S- Tompkins, Central Fails. G.G., 
C F. Speneer, Providence. <?.£.. T.W. I). Mason, Pawtucket. 
Sup. l ••;>. for two years, Ira O. Seamans, Fhenix. £";>. Rtp. lor 
one year, Henry Cram, Providence. 

Providence Lodge No. 182, niee's <=econd ami fourth Mondays at 

.'n \\ estmin«ter. Dictator, Fills Hill. Bi p.. L. K. > m rravo. 

Excelsior Lcdtte Xo. fi.T.3, meets even- Thu:;dav at :-!•: 'I Is^li. 

/• >:.-;, b,. n c:\r:-e. Rrfortrr % A. B. Francis. 
Goldrn llnte I^clge No. •;.«:, meets Brst and third Mondays at 
.1 Weybosset. Dictator, John S. Kellogg, flcp., F.B Huydeu. 



131 



AKCAXUM. 

I second and fourth Wednesdays of 



Regent, Chus. E. Spencer. 



KOYA1 

JDolphi Council No. 7. incc 

each month, ut 21 Wei l>u>s. 

Secretary, A. O. UockVell. 
Unity Council No. L'7 7, meets second nnd fourth Wednesdays of 

each month, at lil Wcybossct st. Regent, Dr. George II. 

Kenyon. Secretary, 11. B. Simmons. 



GOOD SAMAI81 
ROCHES WILLIAMS GUAM) LO 



TANS. (Colored.) 

doe or i. o. of o. 8. and d. b. 



R.W.G.C., Charles C. Ringgold. R.W.G.S., Charles II. Ring- 
gold. JP./r.w\G\C'.,John If. Monroe. 
Prudence Lodge No. 2, meets first and last Thursdays at Lester 

Hull, 1232 Cruiwton. It >'., Luey It. Tulbot. 
Hope Lodge No. 4, meets first and third Fridays, at Lester Hall. 

U.S., A brain Ward. 
Friendly Union Lodge No. 5, meets at Lester Hall, second and 

fourth Tuesdays. /J 8., K. A. Simmons. 
Good Intent Lodge No. G, meets at Lester Hull, first and third 

Wednesdays. R.S., Hannah C. Monroe. 
Golden Kule Lodge No. 7, meets at 21 South Main, first and third 

Mondays. Jt.S., Enoch Lemonde. 
Celestial Degree Lodge, meets first Tuesday, at Lester Hall. 

W.G.M.. Geo. 1). .Jones. W.C.S'c, John if. Monroe. 
Unitv Select Council, S«W.C, Charles II. Ringgold. S.W.S., 

Ezra J. Morris. 



TEMPE1&A9TCE ORGANIZATIONS. 

Rhode Island Temperance Union, Y. M. C A. Rooms. 'JS Wey- 

bosset. President, W. F. Saylcs, Piiwtuckct. Cor. Secretary, 

Rev. II. W. Conanr, ;>3 West minster, Providence. Treasurer, 

Charles JS. Carpenter. 
State Temperance Reform Club, 111 Broad. Pres., J. R. Palmer, 

Newport. Sec'y? Wiliiaui A. Jack, jr., Newport. Treasurer, 

John Chase. 
Providence Reform Club, 225 Westminster. President, Joseph 

Woodnmusee. Seereturv, John Chase. Treasurer, Clmries 

F. Dcunison. Chaplain, Rev. J. Wolfe. Mar.. Chas. Upholf. 
Rhode Island Women's Christian Temperance Union. Pre?., 

Mrs. J. K. Barney. Cor. Secretary, Mrs. L. R. iiurliugame, 

2ul Hudson. Treasurer, Mrs. C. II. lliffgins. 
Women's Christian Temperance Union, PS Weybosset. President, 

Mrs. George II. Martin. Cor. Secretary, Mrs. S. Clough. 

Treasurer, Mrs. M. K. Humphries. 
I. O. of (Joud Templars, (I rand Lodge of Rhode Island. G. W. 

C.T., A. T. Parker, River Point. G. W. Sec, J. N. Todd, 

Providence. 
Olive Branch Temperance Association. Pres., James M. Clarke. 

SONS OF TEMPT UANCE. 
Grand Division of Rhode Island. G. W. P., Edwin J. Valentine, 
Chepaehet. G. W. A. Cora E. Tuber, Providence. G. S'-rihc, 
Walter V. Blake, Providence, li. Treas., Alonzo I). Vose, 
"Woonsocket. G. Chap., L< wis II. Thurber, Providence. G. 
Con., John II. Schofccld, Providence. <i. Sent., Plumb B. 
Mitchell, Providence. P. G. W. P., Ara Iiilureth, Newport. 

SONS OF JONAOAIJ. 
Officers of the Grand Council of New England: G. P., Rev. 
A. It. Woodbury. G.C, James Iliseox. G.D.C., I>. .T. Starbnek, 
Boston. G. Sec, W. W. Tarbox, Woonsocket. G. Treas., Win. 
Macoiober, Providence. G. M-. VV. R. Liudopp, Providence. 
G. I. W., P. Mitchell, Providence. CK (). W., W. A. Chace. The 
regular meetings of the Grand Council are held quarterly, ihe 
third week in January, April, Jul}', and October. 



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TENVEBANCK— CEMETERIES. 



Catholic Total Abstinence Union. Spiritual Director, Rt. Bev. 

Bishop Uendricken, D D. President, Bev. II. F. Kinnerney. 

Kec. (Secretary, P. J. McCarthy, Providence. Trent., Jaiucf 

Mulligan. Composed ot 27 Societies, of ;;,<hH» members. 
St. Patrick's Total Abstinence Society. Pre*., Matthew Goodwin. 

Kec. Scc'y, Thomas J. Hughes, 40 Smith. Treas., Cornelius 

Donovan. 

GKA.VO TEMPLK OF HOVOR. 
G.W.T., J. Gardner Johnson, Providence. Q.W.V.T.* Edgar A. 
Burdick. Ashaway. G.W.R., .). C. Lister, Providence. G.W.T^ 
H. L. Holmes, Providence. G.W.CJ.J. Stapleton, Providence. 
G.W. f/.„ George W. Dean. Central Falls. G.W'.G?., John F ruckle- 
tOU, CMneyviHe. P.G.W.T., II. <l Morton, Providence 
Anchor Temple No. 1, meets Mondays ut 4\) Wcybosset. w.c. 

■" A IJ.,11,... If It ?.' V 



Ballon. W.H., E. R. 



Henry S. Woodwonli. W.V., S." 

Boynton. 
North Star Temple No. 5, meets Fridays at 4'J Wcybosset. W.C, 

Andrew Giover. W.V.. Frank Ormsby. W.R., Andrew J. 

Wiley. 
Unitv Temple No. \), meets Wednesdays at 273 1 1 isrli. W.C, 
EU'ery E. Fayson. W. V., John F. Lassefh W.R. Frtd. 11. Arnoid. 

IMPROVED OltI»EIt OF KEB MEX. 

GREAT COUNCIL OK 1UIOPK ISLAND. 

Meets in King Philip Wigwam, '113 High, fir^t Thursday in 
May, each vear. G.P., John Wells, Natick.' G.S. John Gailing- 
ton, Providence, G.S.S.,J. Henry Tilley, Newport. G J.S., E. 
Fenner, Providence. G. K. of W., O. D. Tillinghast, Natick. 
G.C of li.. F. A. Knight, G2 Eddy St., Providence. G. Sanon, II. 
B. Pierce, F.ovidence. G.G. of »'., D. P. Bull. G.G. of F., Wm. 
Brown. G. Mh-u-Hcw-a, C. W. O.vx. R-jn-t-cn/alivcs to the Great 
Cmncil of V. &., Fred J. Smith-, and Henry i illey. 
King Philip Tribe ^o. 1. kindle tiicir com cil nres Wednesdays 
ut 70 Wevbosset. C. of li., F. A. Knight. 

GERMAN SECKET SOCIETIES. 

Haggai Lodge No. 132, I. O. B. B. Meets first, third and fifth 

Sund.iv afternoons, in Ilaggui Hall, 41 Wcybosset. Secretary, 

M. Noot. 
Provideice Lodge No. 78, I. O. F. S. of I. Meets second and 

fourth Sunday evenings, in Haggai Hall, 41 Wcybosset. 

Secretary, David Frank. 
Qermania Dodge No. 2G«1, D. O. of H. G. Meets first and third 

Wednesday evenings, in Haggai Hall, 41 Wcybossett. Sec'yj' 

F. Schweitzer. 
Cherusker Lodge No. 315, D. O. of II. G. Meets in Hall, 70 

Wcybosset. Secretary, Adoiph Pies. 

CEMETERIES. 

Swan Point Cemeterv. Office. Breck's Block. 35 North Main. 
Hours from 5) .v. M. to G 1*. M. Chairman. Lucius B. Darling. 
Secretary and Treasurer, C. A. 1'eitee. Director** Alfred Stone, 
Samuel A. Nightingale. Charles E. Paine, Rufus Waterman, 
Lucius B. Darling, Henry L. Parsons, I. H. Southwick. 
Superintendent, Timothy McCarthy. 

Loeu.t Grove Cemetery. 'Ehuwood." Office, 181 Greenwich. 
Secretary and Treasurer* William V. I>n1ioll. Trtt*»e*, Wm. 
V Ds;Oo!I, Amos D. Smith.Sd. 8upt. % William V. Daholl. 

North iSuryiug Ground. The property of theCitv of Providence. 
C<wmi.<*ioiK-r*, Oren Wcstcotr, John W. liri.'gi, Gorlmm 
lhiirmr. Superintendent. Jt.iy.-ph N. Welden. 

wrace Church Cemetery. Otfiee, 21 Exchange place. CJIairman* 
w \'\* tI"? ' "■ ■ Treasurer, James Lewis Peiree. Secretary, 
>v. w . Pan e, Vestry Clerk. Directors, the Vestry ei Grace 
Lnuren. Superintendent, Lorenzo D. Bennett. 



sxfamfks. 

For Philadelphia** KiUtimore, Xoriolk, and 

Chnt'Ustoii. 
Clyde lines. Office, 11 Custom House street. 

For Norfolk immI Itultlntore. 

Providence, Norfolk, nnd Baltimore S. S. Line. E. II. Rockwell, 
agent, Lonsdale wharf, India street. 

For l*hilu<li*l|»lii:i. 

Win^or's line, leaves Ivr« wharf, India street, every Saturduy, 
George A. Kilton, a^ent. 

For JVew York. 

Providence and Stonington Steamship Co., Providence Line, Z. 

Williams, agent, Eox Point wharf, f<»ot of South Water 6t. 

For Xe\v|»ort and ICoeky Foiiit. 

Continental Steamboat Company's steamers, the Crystul Wave, 
Day Star, Bay <2ucen, and City of Newport, leave Provi- 
dence daily (Sundays excepted). 

For Full ICivcr. 

Steamers Bradford Durfec and Uichard Borden leave wharf op- 
posite 71 South Water street, daily (Sundays excepted). 
Thomas II. Brownell, agent. 

II O R8K UAILKOA I> S . 
Unioit JCniiroiMl Conipjiny. 

L. Brayton, President. D. F. Longstreet, Secretary and Treas- 
urer. Station, Weybosset Bridge. 

High, South Mam, Brook, and Governor streets, every ten min- 
utes, with rive-minute cars in the afternoon between Oluey- 
ville and Market square. 

South Providence, every fifteen minutes. 

Elmwood, ten and fifteen minutes. 

Prairie avenue, every fifteen minutes to South Providence. 

Cranston, every twenty minutes, morning and evening; every 
twenty and ten minutes- alternately during the afternoon. 

Pawtueket, every fifteen minutes. Sundays, every ten minutes. 

Broadway, every halt hour morning and evening"; every fifteen 
minutes during the afternoon. 

Smith's Hill, every half hour. 

Mount Pleasant, every half hour. 

Broad street and Pawtuxet to South Providence and Pawtuxet, 
every hour, mornings, and every half hour afternoons. 

STAGES FROM PKOVIDEME. 

Leave Washington Hotel. 45 Washington street : — 

For North Scituate, daily, at 4 P. m. summer, and 3 P.M. win- 
ter. C. Maim, proprietor. 
ForNoith Scituate, East Killingly, Dayville, Danielsonvillc, 
and Brooklyn, daily, at 11 a'. M. Stone a: Richards, pro- 
prietors. 
For South Scituate, Clnyvillc, etc., daily, at 3 r. M. 
Leave Arcade : — 

For East Providence, hourly, from 7 A. M. to 9 P.M.; also 
one at b\15 p. II. S. Whciden, prourietor. 
Leave Market, square: — 

Eor Wnnskuck, Geneva, and Woodville, 10.30 and 11.15 a.m.. 

and 3,4. and«.15l>. M. 
For High, Westminster, Olneyv-ile, nnd Plainiield street, at 
7, y, and 12 A. M., and 2.80, 4..7). and 6.15 if. M. 
Leave Horse Cur Depot. Market square: — 

For Pumping Station. State Prison, and State Ffirm. at 9.4t> 
a. At., and , .'.lt nnd o. 11 r. M., connecting with stage at 
Earl street, Elmwood. 



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134 

J17SXIC£S OF THE PEACK 

ix i»I{ovn>i:n(i:. 

Honry W. Allen, Herbert Almy, Samuel Ames, Byron IT. Ar- 
nold, Nathan T. Arnold, Chas. F. Baldwin. Wllllnm F. Baldw in. 

Ihtv.iml 1). Uusst-t', Wiilinm li. H.-m-h, Albert l>. lhan, Daniel 
Beekwith, Jainea W. Blackwood, Charles Bradley, William W. 
Braytuu, Henry J. Brickett. Arthur L. Brown, Cyrus C. Brown, 
George T. Brown, John T.Brown, HeorRc II. Burnham, .Matin in 
It. Cupron, Ervhi i . Case, Irving Chainplin, J. 8. H. Cobb, Iticli- 
anl B. Comstock, F.rastns II. Cook, Lorin M. Cook, Thomas F. 
Cos^rove, Anrion V. Chevers, Jamei JC Dorranre, Sum tie] T. 
Douglas, William W. Douglas, Henry J. Dubois, Willium DuttV, 
Carl VV. Ernest, Stephen Kssex, A. \V. Godding. Arnold Green, 
Oliver E.Greenc,WiI!iam II. <J recite, Edward I. Ham, Charles N. 
Ilnrriiisrtori, jr , Charles Hurt. Otis A. Hawkins, Soth L. Hmtotl, 
Peter F. Hugh«rs, Cluirlw II. Hunt, Flins M. Jeitckef, Gilmuti E. 
Jopp, Henry V. A. josl'ui, William Kuowles, Simon S. Lapham, 
John F. P. Lavs ton. 1). F. Lon-.Mreet, William F. Macoinlw r, .las. 
G. Marklnnd, Fihviu Metealf. Walter H. Mctcalf, GeorgeW. Mil- 
lard, Ezra J. -Monis. Daniel N. Morse, William I'. Morton, Elioha 
C Mowry, Thomas F Murphv. (ieo. B. Nichols, Frank F.OlneV, 
Arthur D.Piivne, Edward W. IVmiey, George II. Pettis, Edwin 
C. Pierce, J. Talbot Pitman, John C. Purkis, John II. Purkis, 
Christopher Hhodes, Joseph T. Rich, James E. Ilipley, Lycurgus 
Bayles. Philip C. Scott, F. J. Sheldon, George L. Shepley, A. 13. 
Sinter, Waiter C. Smith, Edwin II. Snow, Henry J. Spooner. Chat, 
Staples, Walter K. Stiness, Charles M. Stone, A. Marshall Tcr- 
rauce, John D. Thurston, .lames Tillinghast, John F. Tobey, 
Nicholas Van Sl3"ck, Amos M. Warner, George E. Webster. Am- 
brose E. West, Cr. A. Williamson, John A. Winship, William II. 
Wood. J. C D. Woods. 



Business men are cautioned against paying money 
in advance to any person claiming to be connected 
with us, or our publications, as our Agents never take 
any sum, however small, in advance. 

^^liead your Order before Signing. 

SAMPSON, DAVENPORT, & CO., 

DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS, 

Rear What Cheer Building, Providence, 

155 Franklin Street, Boston, Mass. 



Population of the I'riiM i|»nl Olile* in the 
United State*. 

Stnr.i indicate census of 1S75; other cities Census of 1>70. 



\ * Albany, X. Y 

I Allegheny, Pain.... 
, Atittute, Georgia.... 

| ♦Auburn, X. Y 

I Augusta, Go - 

j Baltimore, Md 

' Bangor, Me 

Biddctord, Me 

• *Biughaiuton, N. Y... 
! ♦Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport, Conn.... 
i +BrookIvn, X. Y 

•Buffalo, X. Y 

■ Burlington, Vt 

•Cambridge, Muss 

: Camden, N. J 

i Charleston, S. C 

♦Chelsea, Mass 

I ♦Chicu-o, lil 

: Cincinnati, Ohio 

j Cleveland, Ohio 

i ♦Cohoes, X. V 

! Columbus, Ohio 

Concord, X. II 

! Covington. Ky 

I Davenport, Iowa.... 

! Dayton, Ohio 

1 Detroit, Midi 

: Dubuque, Iowa 

i Klixabcth, X.J 

♦Elmira.X.Y 

j Flie, l'enn 

! Kvansville, Ind 

. ♦Fall Kiver, Mass.... 
; ♦Fitchburg, Mass... 

f"Tlushing,X.Y 

, Fort Wayne, Ind 

: ^Gloucester, Mass.... 
; Grand ltapids, Mich. 
I llarrbburg, 1'enn.... 

; Hartford. Co-,- n 

' *IIaverhill,Mass.. 

' ♦Hempstead, X. Y 

, II<«bokeu,X. J 

! *Ilolyoke,Mass... 

! Indianapolis. Ind 

Mersey Citv, N.J 

Kansas City, Mo 

■ "Kingston, X. Y 

I<ancaster,Peun..., 

t *J-awrencc, Maes.. 

I«cavenvrorth, Kan. 

Lewiston, Me 

*Lo;,- 1-h;-. ,i Cry, X. 

Louisville, Kv..... 

. *l«owell. Mass 

, *Lvun, Mass 

Manchester. X. II. 
I Memphis. Term... 

Meridcn. Conn 

♦Milwaukee, Wis.. 

•Minneapolis, Min 



86,013 Mobile, Ala 32,034 

52.IWI Xashua.N. 11 11*343 

21,7*i Xa«d»vilh\ Tcun 23,805 

ls,:U) Newark, X.J 105,05!) 

1:,,::sj »Xew Bedford, Maps 25,805 

267,354 NVw Brunswick, X. J 13,«58 

18.28JI *Xrwbttrgh, N. Y 17.M27 

10,282 *Xewburypi»rt, Mass I::.:::.':: 

1.1..V.O New Haven, Conn 5u,S40 

341.SBIM *New Lots, X. Y... 01,765 

lP.s.".-. Xew Orleans, La 101,418 

484,016; Newport, Kv 1J.<) 7 

I3U7J *Xowport, 11. 1 I4,«28i 

li.:;>.7 I *N. iwlon, Mass 16,105 

47. -.is N'cwtowu, X. Y -".274 

L'o.n-i:, *Xcw York. X. V L046.037 

48,<i5t; ; Norfolk, Va 10,220 

20,737 Norwich,Coan 1C.653 

lo7.i; : ;7 . uui:ih.i,Xeb.. 10.0K.J 

17,510 : Peoria, ill.. '.'..'.*.".*.!.*.'.*!!.*.*." 2*2JM9 

31,274 Petersburg. Va 13,050 

12,241 Philadelphia, Penu 674,022 

2h.->o;. ! Pittsburg, Penu 8«,«»7lj 

2<U>3d • ♦Portland, Me .'J.".""o 

3».473 *P..i.:r:ilcivi>Me, X. Y P'.v.o 

70,577 *ProvidencV, B.I 100,675 

18,434 Quiucv, lil 24,052 

20,832 Beading, Penn 33,030 

2<VAS Richmond, Va 51.038 

F'.ohi ^Rochester, X. Y M,073 

21.830 *Rome. X.Y 11.1)22 

45,340 Sacramento, Ca( I«,2S3 

L#!:;«i7 *.Saii FrainVco, Cal £."H >',<" H > 

17.718 *Saratoga Soring*, X. Y... 10,773 

16,754 Savannah. Ga 2K.235 

16.507 *Schcncctady, X.Y 12,748 

2.;,K'4 Scranton, Pin in 33,i«2 

37,743 *Somervillc, Maas 21.868 

14.023 Sprin«lield,HI 17,364 

14,^0-.' ^prin-TitUl. Mas> .".l.('.*3 

20,207 St.Joseph.Mo 10.565 

16,200 »St. Lon is. Mo 400.(106 

48,244 *St.Paul,Minn 33,237 

82.546 *Svracuse, X. Y 48,315 

32.260 *fauuton, Mass 20,445 

20.474 Terre Haute, Ind 16,103 

20.233 Toledo, Ohio • 31,584 

34,016 Trenton, X.J 22,874 

17373 •Troy. X.Y 48,821 

13.60ti *Utica, X. Y 32,070 

15,600 Washington, D. C 100 I! • 

100,753 Waterbury, Conn 13.106 

40,688 *\VateTtown, X. Y 10.041 

32,6011 *Watervliet, N. Y S0.734 

23.536 Wheeling, Va 10,280 

40,226 Wiiliamsport, Penn 16.030 

10,405 Wilmington, Del ;?>.'- : l 

l»". .:;:, *w ,,r,>, ,,.. r . M :i s : - 4'.*.. 17 

82,720 *Youkew,X Y 17,^/J 



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STREET LETTER BOXES. 


Location 1 . 


I Location. 


I Angcil, corner Brook 


i Friendship, corner Richmond 


44 opposite Gano 


Gano, corner Pitman 


! Atwell's av., corner Dean 


j " " India 


McAvoy 


George, opposite Prospect 


" " " Putnam 


Governor, corner George 


Bacon, corner Camp 


44 "William 


Benefit, " Wiekenden 


Transit 


44 • Mfftinsr [Hon?. 


Greenwich, comer Putter's av. 


College, in Court 


i 4 ' 44 Sprague 


Board of Trade 


Hardenburg, c. Cluilksioue av. 


Boston depot 


Ili; r h, corner Oliver 


Branch a v., or. Smithfield a v. 


44 Knight 


Bristol depot, India st. 


44 4i Bridliham 


Broad, cornet Kiehmond 


Marshall 


44 »• Chestnut 


M 44 Tobey 


" " ' Suring 


44 " Stewart 


Pearl 


Hope, corner John 


* 4 4 ' Friendship 


44 44 Wiekenden 


Broadway, coiner Hicks 


Hopkins, corner South Main 


•« * " Dean 


Hospital, corner South 


44 4i America 


Ives, corner India 


44 Almv 


lames, 44 South Main 


Valley 


Lockwood, corner Prairie av. 


Brook, corner Benevolent 


Lock wood, opp. Hospital £,ate 


John 


McKenna, corner \\ lielden 


44 " "Wiekenden 


Narragausett Hotel 


Butler Exchange 


North Main, opp. Waterman 


Canal, corner Steeple 


. " 44 44 Lonsdakhlk. 


Meeting 


44 Smith 


Carpenter, corner Dcau 


44 " corner Olnev 


Central Hotel 


44 44 44 Randal] 


Chapin av., corner Parade 


44 4t 44 Jenkins 


Charles, corner West River 


Olneyville Post-office 


City Hall 


• inns, corner Smith 


Citv Hotel 


. Oxford, corner Ocean 


Ciitford, corner Eddy 


Park, cornel Smith 


Chestnut 


Perriii House 


Cooke, cor. Younjr Orchard av. 


Power, comer South Main 


Cranston, corner Knight 


Prospect, corner Waterman 


44 44 Brulgham 


14 Meetiug 


44 " Harrison 


Boweu 


44 Foid 


Prairie av., cor. Thurber's av. 


44 44 Jessamine 


Kandnll square 


Crary, 44 Eddy 


Kiehmond, corner Sonth 


Douglass av.. near Wavne 


Sveamore. -• Willow 


East st., opposite Reform School 


Tl ay era Hotel 


Eddy, corner Ship 


Washington, corner TTi ion 


" * Patter's av. 


Watchciuoket Post-oftVe 


41 Oxford 


Westminster, cor. Washt'n row 


** " Thurber's av. 


lK " Do, ranee 


Elm, corner Plain 


44 Union 


Exchange st., cor. Exchange pi. 


44 44 Mathcwson 


Friendship, corner Point 


44 ;l Aborn 



[»M4] 



VOLKEY W. MASON & CO., 

MANUFACTtTRBltS OF l'ATI.NT 




Ji : 'UrJfibO| 



iba* M pi 1 

Jm -ftj iH j 

Hoisting Machinery, 

And Patent Friction Pulleys & Friction Clutches, 

For Connecting Shafting and Gearing, 

Lafat/ette Street, - Providence, K. Z. 

Among those to whom we refer are the following well known firms 
and corporations, etc. : Corliss Steam Purine Co., Arnold Peters E«i(., 

Pheniv Foundry. Pr-ivid< nee Machine Co., and American Serew Co., 
Providenee. K.'l : Standard Su.;..r II..-ii...tv. Ro>ton, .\h^.; P. S. 
ili-'Sins & Co., United States Watch Co., Tatham Bros.. Lead Rolling 
Mi Is. Geurge V. Meeker & Co.. Garner .v Co.. Borden Condensed 
Milk Co ,Xew York; National Watch Co., Elgin and Chicago, lil.; 
Joseph Wiil'm(txCv.,.mii Franeisco, Cat.? Union Iron Mills, Pitts- I 
burg, Pa.; Ward Building Elevator, Hartford, Conn.; Menrv Oris.! 

; New (>rl«;ii>«, La.; Wa-iiin^ton Naw Vard, Washington. *D. C-; 
Amrricui Wat;:; t.V.. V. u.il.aiu. Ma«s.; .Merrimack Flint Works, 
Lowe!!. \fa«s.: MancV-'er Print Works, Manchester. X. II.; Butchers' ! 

I Slaughtering and MfJting Association, Brighton, Mass.; East St 
Louis Rt.-t PackiTii; Co., p. II. lV.d. nieei.niiic-il riii-inevr, St. L«>ni?, 
Mo.; W. P. i P. C. mvU'S, Mus-diassuck B'.oaH-erv, Pawtueket, K. P; 

• rGihaon, Esq., MarrsviUe, K B. ; Petrus Etegout,chiua, glass I 
and hardware manufacturer, Maestrxeht, Holland. 



[•145] 



CENTRAL HOTEL, 

ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, 

OI'KN AM. NIGHT, 

6 to 10 Canal Street, 
PROVIDENCE, U. I. 

A Strictly Temperance EstaDlisimient. 



CENTRAL HOTEL CAFE, 

| _ZV r o. 14 No. Main Street, 

SECOND TO NONE IN THE CITY. 

MQPKIK3S & SEARS,! 

rilOPKIETOIlS. 

! 

UEXJAMIN S. HOPKINS. ELLERY SEARS. 



PROVIDENCE 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Academies. 



(See Colleges, Schools and Teachers.) Lowo'n Optra Hou 

Accountants 



Amusements. {Places of.) 

, Union, opp. ! 



11 I'n.v. Opera House, Uomim-c, c. Pine 
San Souei Garden, Broadway, oppj 



Park Garden, Shirloy & Ileeves, pro 
Bennett James L. Butler Ex. (I, floor, prietors, lir.> ;1 <! e<>r. Pacifi 

Burrows Daniel. 14 Westminster, r " T ''"' •»• — '« 

Clarke Jamas W. 1,58 Cove 

Frothirighani C. II. 44 Bellevue avc. Jackson 

Windsor J. A. College cor. So. Water Th««arr« Comique, 

Advertising Agents. , k 

TOHNsox E. A. I CO. 57 V, oy- Anvils and Tools. 

^ bos„>t, (sco pa-re* i'S.1 , 11U 1 i>s.f, rjO-NGlK >.\, CA HI'I-XTEi: & CO. 81 
WHEELER CII AS. J. 40 Wty bussed ^ Canal, (see front culored Dace] 
, M (newspaper, see back oui'd najre) « . . - 

! Agricultural Implements ^ ca "'*" Re 9i*<ered Pharmacist*.} 

I BARRETT W. E . & CO. 44 Canal, Claffi 
(.-e.- front colored pnftv) 

' lOUC'rans- 



T>A1NEJ.B.& M.l'.t:5a.i 
1 ton. (see pajre --^) 



yhosaet, opp, 



o. L. & Co. ."in" lo 6G S. Ma 

Architects. 



' ton, (see pn"V "->•>) -i-iivrwuu ...lines ^ . _-;( »>eV!uis»Ot 

j \VEAVEU OKU. E^M* and 1041 ( ! AI)V (;LOll(,K w - *« WeatmfoJ 

; " Hi^l»,(,eepa ? e^») Culu^,] w''h'^ { V e-t!!; 1 n'^' I 

Agricultural Warehouses Cu.*hii. U ' AViu; ;tnt E. 21 South Maia 
j jJARKETT W. E. & CO. 44 Canal, iKISSt-A; Vkv*V "*""* 

Alarm Till IManulactur- Masai John, (. 



ers. 

Miles Alarm Till Mfg. Co. 40t>S.Mai» 

Ale, Porter and Cider. 

also Brewers and Battlers.) 



c-haniculj. lifj Dor- 
Morse Alphetts C. 5 Custom House st ' 

I 

stor 



Murphy .lames. 1 4? > Canal 
Xickerson Edward I. 45 W< 

6'KJJ , - W -""* 45 Exchange Walker William R. and Th*ma* A 

M.Ttens Charles lOM'ine * j Artificial Stone Guotls. ! 

U (Me ';.M'-.; s . amll>l?So - Wrtt " r - pi«>v. AimFicr.\r. stoxi- \ni>' 

^nllU (!; r^Ts/s WrvhoMct ! M '^ IMrK WO,iKS ' 7 '*' *>■' 

° ^__ ' > »"*« t | Main. («ee page 244) 



10 



140 ARTISTS 1 MATERIALS — BANKn. 

Artists' Materials* 1taker». 

^».r »vr>iv--i -ii- r> M V \f : .. > Aldrl'll F. 20H I'rii'Ul 

V W \\ ,.yl,.„,rt, | HM5 front colored Ui> ^. r< .,„, ,,; ,;,.;,,,,,,;„,, 

.rtAr'rVri' \tpiit t ua w-«« Brown Edwin 11. RU North Main 
QALDER AU.I.Rl L. Ma Weat- , ?U1 _.^ ,,, ni v/ „;.,,;,,,„ , t , )M . 

^Ai'T.VmVViV IV/'I-T 7 >1 ltMflnr ( ;,,%, ' ,t Edward. 312 MPm-l 

I i A iiM'.U (. 11 A libr, rt u. J l if u tier , . ...■,,. , , . ; ,, - i .-., ■ , — n.. ,.i.> 
V^ J. v li 4tliH.»-r Ui.i.hr'f'ii'ti Crowley D:iinol ?v U.nnd l.o Ilrook 
ril-NKVS I W 1 • ' Yan *t. n !l'u-U«»rtl. (..or,,. 7s I>.,,n 

II (' ,p, ,'ni, " 'II 'rackleton Jolm ; 11 llanlrttliurg 

J r . ,. v . . .v. T. i 7\-l- i> » r-/~k v? ♦ * in ' "'trdii'T N. 1". 7 1 » North Main 
0HN80N OLIA bit, k CO. 13 to Kj G . rtllllM , Catharine, lis l*rairle are. j 
|,x ' h(n{?t> Giuliani Antonio, Chalkstone ave. n. 

Asbestos Hooting and j Oakland av«. 

.Materials. <jray Durham Mrs 100 Valley 

Gray Robert, 7S Richmond 
ttOTXTOS GEO. E. 4<> Exchange Hcuderson J. G. 532 N.ntb Main 
■L* place, {aee page 270) Kuohloch Valentine, 25 West Hiver \ 

A mill ili tun MePherwm James G. 14M Amherst j 

. Aspiumun. Murpbv James J. 34 Back 

T>OYNTON GEO. E. 49 Exchange M vera Timothy J. Potter's ave. opp.' 
1 - > place, (see page 27U) j Jack-on av«. 

IcaniwN Nass Julius, 30 McKenna 

/^ V* 7 'ViVrt \ Nurtd Thomas K. 51W High 

(See a/so Gold Refiners.) | Ri( . ( . & | feywardi 4 .. 4 , Jroftll . 

ARNOLD JAMES B. 2» Eddy, Simmons Henry C. 24 Cranston 
*»> (aee page 341) Steere Jonas, 23 Lester 

y \ USTIN JOHN, 74 Clifford Steffelin llenrv C. 417 High 

zv Stevens II. A. si Ocean 

Carpenter II. F. 20 and .11 Page ] Stokes James, I's'j Anvil's ave. 

Remington & Barber, 30 Potter I Sumner James J. 192 Charles 

VJMITH WM. T. Black*tone, corner Sunderland P. A. 34 Chestnut 
° Culver, (see page 237J [Wright William A. 40 Dean 

Vaughn Henry W. (State), 6 K. Main' J 5:in<Is ft f 3Ius.C. 

Auctioneers. j AmPricnn Band , 54 Xo . M: , in , D . w. 

(See also Commission Merchants.) i Retires, leader, box l3fl Westm'ter 

Burnham Geo. H. 4 Equitable BIdg. P^J^' ? rt ," d \ ** ^J!*? 1 ".**! 
Davis,,,, J. F. 74 Wevbiaset [H«rnek s G. L. Orchestra, G. L. lier- 

Dodjre Herbert K. 7 Custom House st.' „"'.', •', , r ' x ,, r „ i2 L , i 
x ,. t| ^, • Hernek s Band, G. L. Derrick, leader 

KKi Westminster 
Makers Qmidrillv Baud, LT9WeptmV 
National Kami and Orchestra, W. E. 
White, leader, 2.5 No. Main and 13PJ 
Westminster 

seres' Quadrille Rand, 139 West-, 
Moore J. G. 34 Washimrtim L nM jJ 8t ? r 5 n<l J 4 S" or f- M ? 1 . n 

HELDON FRANCIS J. 102 North^ ua * lm s ftttttk ' B * nd " l Dwr rance ; 

Bankers* 

mith Charles II. '.« Wuvboaset 



Draper Edwin, 10: 

j l-Yrrin llenrv F. 74 Wevhosset 
Frank David. S Markef"s,,uare 
Goff Rruther>, ."» Custom House 
Joslin J. A. D. 13 Market square I 

M AGOON A. J. 216 and 218 Broad , 



UliKLDON FBANCIt: 

^ Main, (see pa<e -J\\ 

(See also Broker*.) 
pRANSTON HENRY C. 37 Wevbos- 
V set, (seepage 2U2) 
M-a.l A Earle. 41 Westminster 

PEASE L. F. 84 South Water, (see' OEABCE HENRY, 4o Werbosset ' 
page 270) I 1 - 

Pierce ,t Salishurv, 21 Custom House 
lyEEDEN CLINTON It. 33 Wcy 



BtlnessP. B. Court House 
Wilbur Albert S. 7 Fulton 

Awning Manufacturers, 



Axles and Springs. 

JJUCKEIN D. D. 137 to 143 Dyer 

OHACKFORD A. IT, Orange, (ma 

*J facturers, see page 274) 

Karon Works. 

Kiuiball H. M. >t A. A. IW Pond 
Itait. 
(See Live Emit.) 



bosset, (s,-e page 292) 

\VlI.Roriv. JACKSON ,t Co. :,_> 
" Weyboss,-t, (sec page 293) 

Ranks. 

(See alM pmge 2».) 
American National, '.'7 Westminster 
Atlantic, 02 Werbosset 
liANKOF AMERICA, 62 Weyboa-j 

x ' set, {see page 2*)) 



. „ h^ 



BANKS — BLACKSMITHS. 



147 



Blackstntte Canal, 6 What Cheer BM 
Butcher.*' Si. Drover*', 4U Weyboaset| 
City Rational, *M Wevbosnet " 
Commercial National, II Market sq 

Fifth National, . r >4 North Main 



Beer >lanuf;totiirers. 
(See <ii-» Brewer:) 
Bullock .1. K.luin. ** Rhodes 
George Andrew, 20 Camp 
Joi 



Hell Founders. 

| Fuller Frederic, 4S8 South Main 

Bell Hangers. 



l.TKST NATIONAL, 47 Westmin-. ,. 

* 1 Bter, (see page 2S9) \V ILKI * Ni ?J 

Fourth National, IV# Westminster I 

Globe National, iV_' Westminster 

High Street. 844 High 

Jackson, 131 Wcybosaet 

Liberty, 9 Exchange Place 

Lime Ruck National, 41 West 

\|AM'l'ACiri;:'its' NATIONAL (See aUo Locksmith*.) 

- lU 26 Westminster, (see page 2s9) JlfcKENZIE ANDREW W. 9 Ilan- 

Mechanics National, ''7 South Mam ..>! ,\ n \\ (<,,.,. pafre *A'A) 

Merchant- National, 14 Westminster pop]; I'll ARK l-fs F.IK Weybosset, 

Natl. Bank of Commerce, 4 Mk.t ><|. 1 (st . L . ]Mir ,. $*» 

Natl. Bank of N. America, 48 Way- Worseley C. II. 9 Wevbosset 

bosset - % .. __. * . 

Kattoual Eaple. 27 Market square Hells l.leetriC. 

RATIONAL EXCHANGE, 55 West- Cllirke Li)Ui , w . 91 Westminster 
-> minster, (see page 290) i _. __ _ , _. 

"kXORTHERN, 50 Weybosset, (see Belt Hooks and Ring 
■»-" page 290) i Travelers. 

£™'.™7 S2S 1 ! B*OWN- BROS. * CO. . 37 eJ 

Phenix National. 7 What Cheer Bldg. change place, (see insule front 

PKO VI HENCE NATIONAL, 70 So. m , cover) 
Main, (see pape 2W) Talcott W. O. 10 Butler Exchange,! 

T> I. HOSPITaLTRUST CO.. 60 So. 5th " oor - 
JV « Maiu, (see page 291) Beltill&T. 

R. I. National, 70 Wevbosset * 

! Roger Williams Natl. 27 Market sq. TJBOWN BROS. & CO. .% E~ 
! <..... ,....1 v-...: i -..: \\~. ....... :...-...«. • -*'-' 



5 Westminster 



change place, (si 



rpHIRD NATIONAL, 12 Market .qJmJROErfH A. & SON, 692 No. MainJ 
J- (seepage *J92) , branch office 39 Weyhosset, (seal 



iRUKLlNGAME W. C. & CO. 50 
' Exchange pi. (see page 264) 



[ Traders* National. 4 Westminster 

i Union. 10 Westminster 

i Westminster. . r A) Wevbosset 

! VST E V B O S S E T N AT 10 N A L .' fjLAFLIN C. J. ft CO. Cove 

I *» 5-5 Westminster, (see page 292) (see pa jre 24b I 

_ . • r Fairbrother N. 27 Custom House st. ! 

JSailK Stamps, | Underwood Belting Co. 29 Exchange 

I "REYNOLDS E. & CO. 3 Weybosset,! l ,lilte 

±v (see pa-o 278) 1U11 Posters. 

j \VH1TE 1 A. A. 3 Wevbosset. (see! **' * OSierS * 

" page2.">9) Barker Gideon, 22 Canal 

,, , „ , | Cooke Isaac, (distributor^ 20 Pearce i 

Barrel Dealers. Cornell * Haskin-s Hotel Dorrance I 

Gray G. T. 90 South Water iSlade Charles li. (distributor) 29 

i Nichols Wm. II. iloinstead ave. near' ro »«" What Cheer Building 
S ^teis avenue Billiard Halls. 

BatllS. iGarbe L. E. 25 North Main 

i Brcitschmid J. F. Narragansett Hotel; Henrys Edward E. B6 Weyboaset 

I'.'V" ^'; , "V. h 'n! T, "w i ^' ) -, 10 "V IK,,it i Birds and Bird Cajjes. ; 
: Nichols &. Colhns, UHiNorth Main i 

., . „ . , « T .. T> Greenleaf Gorhsm, 244 Westminster 

Bed and Mattress Reno-- iiuiden t:e.»r-e h.;«7 North Main 
, vatorandlpht>Jsterer. j Hiaeksmtths". 

T UK.E HORACE, 14 and 16 Maple. . . _ _ 

! lj (feather, hair, kc. seepage 27(5 h^ See aUo r«.-r,a<rt*muhs, Horse- 

. BeddingT. lBarTltaYid.T.0r8insn 

» CWEENEY WM. opp. 123 Canal, ' Ifoawurth Frank P. M18 Fountain 

; - i-.ee colored page opp. page k*) iSr.idy Patrick, 21 Power 



: i4-s " 



BLACKSMITHS — BOARDING UOCS1 - 



Blank Hook Mnmifs. ! 

A KK K.MAN & CO r, Washington 1 
xy Building. 

BrownHI i Burrows, 19 Weatmf nster 
Bughev A K.-ih . c; \\ , -tiiiin-t. r 

|^ ELLO i'i;i\n;i:. | j VVcst- 

xv rniaati r. (arc pngeiMttJ 

Bleachers* 

Pontine P.ha.herv, B. B. & B. 

Kniu'iit. 3ll Kirhxnge place 
Providcnec Dyeing, lib „ l.iucr and 

Calendering' Co. Stephen Cornell. 

agent, 14 Salon 
Ilhode [stand bleach and Dye Works. 

.J. C. Buttcrwortk, agent, office K) 
bossat 



. t. Charles, In. 
! K. K. emswdng and Silver Spring 
Sun Hk-.-ei.m-_'. Hreittg ami Calen- 
dering Works. George Bridge. 



Burklin /; Wratt. JW So. Main 

Ciihill Edward, JM* So. Main 

Callahan John, HI Olney 

Campbell M. 192 line 

Carter Michael, 170 Lock wood 

Cary Bros. Atwclla ave. iuiir. Man- 
ton are. 

Chute K. B. Hills Wharf, foot of 
II «■<&. r-.n 

Collins Daniel, v. ar 7 Meeting 

Collins & K)drrd.3£l Fountain 

Colwell Otis |\ Broad, for. Gallup 

Crowell Abram, 211' Eddy 

Davis Lewis E. 61 Pine 

Dillon Thoinat.51 Mill 

Eidridge g. It. 2S2 letters ave. 

Folev M. 7*M Eddv 

T70LEY & FALLON, 3G Langlev,! Weybosaet 

x fsee page : , s:,i ' Silver Sprinar 111. aehiiiF and Dvcing 

Fox II. F. A Co. S70 Eddv ! Co. C. II. Up] : '- 

Garvin i Rural, 2">1 Washington 

Grant Bros. 307 Uyer 

(.rant George M. rear .5 Xo. Main 

Gray Robert, (anal. cor. < His I treasurer. 2<> Exchange place 

gSS^SSJa. 1 * omirt ! "Caching Kicra and 

Hammond William C; r. 40 Cranston] Steuill Boxes. 

Haywar.lJa.uesS Wtf No. Main j [TICKS GIDEON G, 444 South 

Hidden Henry. 42 I. nion LL Maj n 

Hopkins Lewis, Manton village, at' 

the Bridge Blind Trimmings. 

JILLSOX WILLIAM A. 190 Dor- n ODGE J. C. & SON, Ml South 
r*tu.e. (see i.a_-e _-si) 1/ Main 

Ham* j"un"i;M Vow!,,! Security Blind Fast Co. 1-* Calender 

L..vet t Patrick" VS' Ga-'pee Blue Vitriol. 

Lov.-tt & Moran. Km inns 

Luther Elwha S.212 India 

McGinn Patrick, 1! Locke 

McGough Kernavii. :;<>.-, lounta'm Boardiner Houses. 

McLau^ddin James, ti Charles .... , ... ,,.._.. „ „ . 

MILLER W. II. & IU.. I'M Eddv, Adl.n^ton harh-s, .,1, North Mam 

-31 / vt ... ,,m-,. .r. si " Anderson Eliza \\ . rear 1 Francis 

Be an Abby A. Mrs. .V.t Snow 
Blackinar X. E. Mrs. It Thomas 
How en Martha J. 322 Westminster 
Bradbury Caroline L. 2t» George 
n Surah G. 22" 



CMITH WILLIAM T. Stark* tone; 
.^ c,r. Culver, (see page 257 J 



Monahan Thomas. 174 Harris ave. 

Murphy .James. _>; Fountain 

Murphy Wm. II. Gano, eor. Front 

Pay Cliarles 2d, 1U7 South Water 

Roach Tlumias S Burjrt-s 

Kourke & Lavden. Otfj Xuitli Main tapwell J. A. L2 1-2 Chart 

Saunders i Joseph II. It) C 



^.um-!- r> .!.■>, ].ii n. in Charles ,. "YV , ,\- G 7 . ' 7 • 

VlSSOX lilLBElir, 71 Clitlord, (see : m,, . ,s L " \ N • Vr;i : hl u "-hu.-ton 
O p,,„ ( . o^yi v i ostme A Lane, •• Ornm 

Steere Jos'hua H. 4,s7 Pine f»* viea J««si^ Mrs. ig Jlatliewaon 

Sweet Wm. B. liou-h. near HMi l'awson Davi-l. \.A South Maui 



t AVin. B. liuuerh. near High 
Thompson P.-ti-r. S. Main. e-r. Cent 
Trir., 1 ■ Wi l.an. Broad cor Fruit 
Wal*li William .1. 41 Gastn-e 
win ley J. m. ;;hi Broad 
Whipple Henry F. Veazie. nca 

Branch ave. 
Whipple* Co. 801 North Main 
Whitehead Wm. 11. I0>l South Wate 
Williams Frank M. B«j Washington 



Uixon Marv A. *>) Ship 
Bole .». Ii.-.*v. HG Chestnut 
!»ovl Annie M. Mrs. 22a North Main 
l.vVr ^V. U. 21)9 Edilv 
Fenncr Sallv Mrs. 1*N>7 High 
I'ish.rJoh..', 75 Oak 
Gallagau Cornelius, :»M South Main 
llarrop Abraham, W Manron ave. 
Heaven l>. 'MS South Main 
. , , , Howard James W. .\s i>t \t.-r 

ixiacksiniihs' Supplies, in.x.e \n ... kJiri. 

Mi^s. H LH 



OXCBON. CAUPENTKU v CO. 81 Kenyon Marv Miss,8 LHMcrave. 
Canal, (>.-,• |- r ...,f e.-h-r.-.l page) Lewis I'li.-l.,- A.Mrs. :' Palm 
\\ ins.ii: k. x rv». l.;;ai.<l 5 Eddv, iMeKeniM Bridget Mrs. ;\.j Atw« 



BOARDING HOUSE! BOOTS A SHOES, KF.TAIL. 149 

booksellers & Stationers. 
{Sec also Periodical*.) 



! - 



McLaughlin Ellen. 4s Acorn 
Menhinnit VVilliiUU, Wunskuek 
Millard Laura It. si; Wn*hingt»n 
Monroe John S. Mrs. I.V1 North Mai 
Norm Annie M. 'M South Main 
Oliver George 1«. 141 South Main 
IVn.ll.-toi. C. Mrs. 40 Broadway 
Pierce Lvilta A. Mm. H9 llijrh 
Reichenbach John ('. :S2 South Main 
Sisson Charles, 298 Wfi tiuiiMter 
Stone George K. 20»i Charles 
Swallow Samuel Mr*. KU Elm 
Tanner A. A. 4i» Chestnut 
Walton H. W. 252 North Main 
Webber Carrie E. Mis*. £15 Broad 
Webber Nathaniel. 213 Broad 
West Elizabeth M. 214 Charles 
Westgor Ole Mrs. l.W Friendship 
Wickes A. Mrs. 49 Ch-mence 
ZwingK It. 40 Uicbmond 



Arnold George O. 27-1 North Main 
Btttfhee 4 Kelly, IM Westminster 
I L'ollin* s. S. &. Co. 21 Mathewson 

Contain he J. J. 128 North Main. 
I (pubs, airt.) 

hennison Charles F. .", Ilich 
I Freeman K. L. St Co. ."> Westminster 

I liar* on M.Joseph. 4:; Middle 

I I it matt 11. S. 13 lluppin Homestead 

!...:.. .; 



Boat Builders. 

Almv Charles A. Aliens nve. 
Ehode Island Bteachery 

Davis Benj. Allen's ave., n. Seymour 

lioats to Let. 

J Fdwards John II. 110 South Water | 
Haughey John, Hill's Wharf foot of 
j Henderson 

Boiler Covering. 

; IJOYKTON GEO. E. 49 Exchange 
| JJ place, (see page 270) 

j Boiler 3Ianufaeturers. 

; pORLISS STEAM ENGINE CO 
I v Charles at 



huildim 
JMcElroy H.nrv. 91 Westminster 
jMurphv & M. Carthv.L'O.i W.->tmins'r 
<>'l> .h.'rtv Willi:. m .1. U.-.1 Bread 
IVrrin Daniel, 107 Westminster 
i Kiihr Sidney S. 17 Westminster 
Tally Putrick, 358 W. stminster, 
I ( Catholic I 

[Tib hit* & Randall, 21 Westminster - 
Till'utghnat & Mason News Co. 113 
roar ! and 115 Westminster 
r0rtr Tower C. M. 22 Canal 

Whittemore G. E. 98 Weyhosset 
lour Williams N. Baug* & Co. 52 Westm'r 



(« 



railroad 

• front colored page) 



1 Fuller Iron Works, 410 ami 418 So. 
Main 
TJAKKIS WILLIAM A. Park, <ux 
I - 1 "*- minutes walk west from pass- 
enger station, (see front col- 
ored page) 
HICKS GIDEON G. 441 South 
Main 

Boiler Punches. 

Richards 1, r. 118 Acorn 

Baits, Nuts and Washers. 



Boots and Shoes. 
(Wholesale.) 

BEANE EBEN J. ISO and 190 West- 
minster, and 11, 10 and IS 
I'nion, (manufacturer, nee hack 
of bo..k and page 271) 
Bigelmv F. I>. & Co. (manufactu-' 

rers) IS Custom House st. 
Bra v man & Trattuwl,2H Westminster 
Conjrdon & Avlsworth, Pine, c Hay 
C.reene Anthony k Co. UWWeybosset 
Kinsley S. C. Son &. Co. 21 Exchange 

place 
Martin & Totter, 22 Custom House st. 

Boots and Shoes. 
{Retail.) 
Annable James, 18 Arcade 
Anthonv Thomas E. 844 Eddv 
V RXOLD, SULLIVAN* „v HENLEY, 
* v 15 N.-rth Main, (sep page 281 ) 
BatchfUer Wsmn M. l_'.'> W«*stmin'r 
EANE EHEN J. IW? ami 190 W.-,t- 
r, and 14. 10 aud 18 
I'nion. (see hack of book, and 
page 271) 
Calder William II. ""4 North Main j 
Chaffee S. K. 123 Hr- 



\i*i 



pONGPOX, CARPENTEB & CO. 81 

^ Canal, (see front colored page) |FIapp James II. 148 Westminster 
(Cook L. & Co. 120 North Main 
Bookbinders. j Dexter Samuel A. 4H9 Friendship 

Frost Alanson D.272 North Mam 
\KF.EMAN Sl CO. 5 Washington! Grimier John, 25* Broad 
* v row [Goodwin Charles A. 2157 High 

. Brownell & Barrows, 19Westminster Harris Edward, 87 North Main 
Coombs H. M. & Co. 37 Custom! I la wkins John B. lt« Charles 
House st. I ItifTfrilia J. F. 310 S..uth Main 

liKIUhir,, PRINTER, 19 West- llovl.« Joshua. 21 Mantonavenne 
1V minster, («#•© pa«* 2051 Hutehiuson Jan««s,t>"i4 North Main 

Martin & Horton, 50 Wvybosset [Jenks c. u. 441 Cranston 



150 liOOTrt ft- BflOES, RETAIL, MAKERS, ft REPAIRERS. 



Kftvanngh Luke, -<-> Aindl'savo. 
Kiernun Peter, 1'4 ( ,\u stunt 
Kiernan ft Mclhmn.tt, vj So. Mail 
Lee John ft Co. .".71 High 
Lord Samuel 1?. \>fi Arvaihs 
Luther James II. 339 High 
Maefcay Daniel, 385 High 
Mctyiitty VViUinni s. UK! Richmond 
MerewetherThos.W. D.iH Weybowi I 
Peirce C. A. & (.'<>. 239 \\\ stminster 
Peirce Thos. F. & Co. 19 to '.'."> Arcade 
Pierce C. C. 921 Eddy 
Pyke Samuel, 73 South Main 
RiceL. P. & son. 137 Broad 
Roche Edward, 3fi North Main 
Solruler Martin, 49 South Main 
Scott John, 17;! High 
Snow Charles. l:'l Westminster 
Stillman William B. M. 305 Hijrli 
Sweet Bvron W, ft Co. 40.1 High 
Talbot U'eorgc H. 202 Westminster 
Tattersall John, (53 Charles 
TeelWm. II: ft Sun, 70 Eddy 
Waite Charles D. 80 Westminster 
Walling Nelson, ISO Charles 
Warshauer R. M. ft Co. CO -No. Main 
Whitney G. P. 4X2. High 
Wightman J. II, 115 Broad 
Boot, Shoe and Corset 
JLaeing Manufacturers,, 
1 \OUGLASS G. C. 9 Calender, (see 
V page 273) 

TTLETCHER MAXUF. CO. 47 
J Charles, (aee page 247) 

Boot and Shoe Findings. 

(See Leather and Findings.) 

Boot and Shoe ."Makers, 

and Repairers, 

Ahern Michael, 48 Smith 
Allison L. 187 Broad 

ARNOLD. SULLIVAN ft HENLEY 
15 North Main, (f 
Austin H. C. 4.'i Basset 
Baglev J. S. 17i> Broad, (ladies) 
Baillle John, 349 Eddv 
Bell John, 24 Hospital 
Bernhard William. <» Cnion 
Bbland Patrirk, 954 High 
Brennin Andrew, S7 Sheldon 
Bresnihan C. L. 'MA Westminster 
Brickley Albert, 22 Park 
Brooks James V. 33 West River 
Brophy Michael. A Atwell's ave. 
Brown Alexander, 217 Westminster 
Brug Jacob, l.'i Market square 
Buckley Suuon, 4 Smith 
Canning John, 307 ChMrfes 
Carr \Vm. F. ft Son. 'J* Dorrancc 
Carroll A. 4L' Washington 
Carty Daniel M. 121 North Main 
Collins James E. 297 Atwell's ave 
Conlin John C. 12.5 Plain 
Coniin William J. :.V.* Eddy 
Connellv Thomas. .14 ) >« mi 
Cornell Wm. L. 202 I--' t;reeawich 



B 281) 



Costello J< hn. 17« North Main 

( rosbv I). AM Wh k. ndea 

(urran Mi. had. 250 Eddy 

De Cogan riiilip, l"-'i Cranston 

Didnhuut Joh... Braneh nv. n. Veat 

I lever John, Wi* Hiph ft 17:1 (. ranston 

Ooi.t.s \N ii jin m H. 72 Dean 

i.rwin cseorge l 202 1-2 Greenwich 

Parrell .fame*, AH . \ i ► i * * • tan 

Peem v Mi.!ia.l,4s Martin 

Pinm-ran rhmnaa. 20 .Martin 

Fisher All.ert K. 121 <>. »an 

Fitzgerald James, Potter's ave. cor. 

IVarce ave. 
Tif/patri. k M. lffl Atwell's ave. 

Fl I Hugh, 114 Charles 

Ueaferling William. KS Kiehmond 
< -lniiiii r liiitti'rii il. 179 Fountain , 
liondolf M. 10 Wcvhosset 
'Hallom E. P. M Meeting 
Harding Josiah, 195 South 
Harvev F. A. IK) Chestnut 
Elealv Thomas. 541 Eddy 
Heck John B. 12 Snow 
licrtha William, JIOA Pine 
Hiekev William. 11.1 Wmkemien 
Hobbs Thomas \V. 9 Mathewaon 
Ilogan John. InAppleton 
Hopkins Pardon C.327 (ranston 
Ingham Abraham, 119 Manton ave. 
Kelly Michael J. 32 Pearl 
Kelly Thomas. 117 Prairie ave. 
Kempt" John, 13 I-Vnnor 
Kent William.: :'A Randall 
Kiiiilea T. 24:' South Main 
Kill ion Augustus, 80 Douglas ave. 
Lee Pierce, 123 South Main 
Livingston John II. ft Son, 45 X. Main 
Luscomb Wm. II. Broad, near Spring 
Lvnch Robert, 21 Walling 
Maekey James, 78 Lester 
Maguire Jann-s, 2 State 
Mai Ion James. 54 Peek 
Marcroft James. .«) Smith 
Martin .lames. '-*.<:> North Main 
Mas.-n W. L. 14 1-2 Pulton 
Maver Christian, 2:1 College 
McCauley Bernard, 455 North Main 
MeCool Michael, 140 Atwell's avo. 
McKenna Patrick. 4."> Pester 
Mel.auphlin David. 101 Charles 
McLfod Angtta.99 Iv* a 
McManus Thomas. 150 Martin 
Men-el Christian. 299 Broad 
Mitchell Capros. Hopkins, c. Benefit 
Moore E. A. 15 Meeting 
Moore Hunroe. 191 firms 
Moran Peter, I2<) Wiekeitden 
Mowvy A. P. 441 Cranston 
Mi;n>iiv John, lv»u. near Power 
Murrav Mh-ii lei. Via i'-an 
Xormiindy Henry, 3(1 Chestnut 
< »'PrM n John, .s Acorn 
O'Neil Ilaniel, Oxford, n. Prairie av. 
Paine Santo* 1 (v. a*0 1-2 Broad 
Pair Enoch, 65 Manton av, . 
Patten Junes. $39 North M;,in 
Pollard Joseph. !W Westminster 
Uaouet .x. t;. l(«« lli^h 



BOOT A SHOE MAKERS, ETC- 
lllirh 



ftawclifle Daniel, II.' Meeting 
Read John v. lh.s p m ,. 
kebholf* (;. J. |_-o Fountain 
fetid Michiicl, W Eddy 
RobhiMon Kit-hunt', 17 Knight 
College 



Jitln 



Rounds Jal 

Bcbminke F. N Moulton 

Schroeder Willi ,)>,. -jlO Xorth Main 

•Scott John H. im Eddy 
; Scott Patrick J. :t"> Wheldcn 
: Senft Lnurviicc, 4.1 Knight 

Shanley Michael, fltf West River 

Shainmn Win. W. 4;i F.\< hange place 
: Sheldon < harles M. J7s < muston 

Slocum James T. 'JS Snow 
J .Smith George, IS Bridge 

Smith Mil tiafi, 0> Wjekendoti 

Slurry HeiiTy, M4 Broad 
. Stark Charles, tifc.' Bread 
! Stark David, KI South Main 
Srayntr Edwin, lid Thurbers nve 
Stayles William. Wtfi Wukenden 
Straib Ma:tin. 6 Nichols 
Sullivan Thomas, l:: M :ir tiii 
Sullivan Timothy, 73 Mtmton av« 
Sutr«.n William E. .'jnd South Main 
Teel William II. & S„ n , 7w Eddy 
Tram or Owen, Potter's avenue, onp 

Jackson avenue 
Trescott Charles W. 40 John 
Tacker M. T. 725 X -rth Main 
Walker David, 5 Hattev 
Walker James, fW Cranston 
Walker Richard. JH Kniorlit 
Walker, Henrv, 47 Chafee 
Walsh Edward, «tt9 N„rih Main 
Watkins Henrv jr. Kl Westminster 
White Thomas W. L".»S S..uth Ma 
Whiting Alden 15. i7S Point 
Wildenhain William L. r:; Pearl 



-BUA8H Koundi;:;,, 15J 

y T. E. ft Co. 10 Plant* 

Kieiw itroa. -II Peek I Mo [)y e r 

Kosenherg II. IN Snow 
i llILKEN.i IIEXRV, 112 Pine, (se 

M pag.- *;■;> 

Box Manufacturers. 

(Ste also Paper Bust*. \ 

Creasy CI. S. & Co. 1 Custom !Iou*< 

street 
Excelsior Box ( , 



Silv 



•rSpi 



above Cbarlca i 



DULLER I PUa.M ft co. m w,«t- 
minster, fsee leaf opp pnge 48) 
]EX< KS CIIAS. W. ,t Ulto. L'S 
fJ Kroad 

XTELLOfiC, PRIXTER, 19 West- 
1V minster, (see page aV>) 
Mason John .4 jeweler*!, \W Dnrranci 
<> 1'onnell It. ruin!, 22 S«.i!th 

O'Donnell Hugh, 7 vv >i w. Exrhangi 
Potter .lame* A. ii Abbott Park pi. 
Preslirey ft Mvrick, Summer, coruei 
Meadow 

Ih-illy John T. feigar), 32 CaudBce 
Shepley X. J. 417 So. Main, (cigar) 

Brackets. 
ARNOLD ft MrC.oWAW 6 Ex- 

A tllHIIge place. (>ee ,,,^. ffOj 

gWKKT D. D. A. CO. lo Eddy,(u ood 

Braid Manufacturers. ! 
TVOUGLAS8 c. C. Calender, (se 
-^ page LT.'i) 
pLETCIIEK MAXF. CO. 47 Charles 



page 347) 
Valley Worsted Milla. Eagle-(alpaca I 
I mohair ami cotton) 

Braiding MaeliineManfs 

Hilmarth William L.329 Xorth Main 1 MA, "»*» 

Woia 1;irt Angmjtus, Eddy comer Brass FmmuVrs and 
^Tr.uco,,,,,,,,,,, I rinishers. 

Wright Thomas II. 10 Eddv I A ^LEX FIRE DEPT SUPPLY CO 

loimg John, 31W North Main I 1,; "- h 'V »«d 171 Eihly, ecu 

! Friendship, (see pape ^71 

Botanic Medicines. [JJLUXDELl HEXRVft CO.asciif- 

| u n lxDY WH LIAV?v 140 n , I^W-W^ ES2SL, a. Eddy 
^-v.mu » 11. 1. 1 AM V\. 140 Broad Darling M. V. U. ::j Elm 

KenronC H i n k*> » jFuller Frederic, 438 South Main 

; iji-s ii YA rLUA,;'.;;-:^ ,„ >d ir ; -,v,']fv , :, , ; ! ; : ,. J :" ,N - ,:,; 

Bottlers. j Providence Brass Ftmndry, A. Ml 

Baleom W. D. 4 S.Lin T>F > v V^v^ln 111 t ri')'^' P^t.L I 

QOOPER WILLIAM 3. & CO. I'M **? fc> • bMI r " * Cy ' -» ***•* 
r 1 1 Cana l' 5.* ee .P np,r ~ >,: - ) Smith Anios I>. 2d, H9 Eddv 

■^ * ?"-.\«\. *"•* ' W.H1TK s. ,LLMAX, 1 Bark, (,o, I 

H.^5 kTh^S Kountab i jW^ * WIN « OR - I»»«*«* 



152 



BRASS MFR8.— BRUSH KFRs. 



iimu AIiini f k-1 ur<TS- JilNon Cburle* I). 3 Weybo**et 

i,i«is^ munumciun rs. , nllNS ,, N () ,.,vkk a c«>. 1.; tp li 
Wntorl.nrv Brass Co. <i. A. Mum ford »J j. X( i lim -.- 

agt. WO Eddy ' TOIrE. STARKWEATHER A CO. 
Brewers u g ? xt . WM «E ,,la, * c ' 1 * , '° ftw ! 
t See «l,» Beef. Va^Hcturem.) I ,); " k ' rwl > 

COOPER WM. S. A (JO. 10-SC.iunl HBBCHASDMB. 

(see page L*fi2) 
Gartner II. I< 



Brown W.Whipple 



Hanley .Ins. & Co. Jack*on,c/Fount'» K ,., !v ,;,.,, ,.,,,. j,; lu s ,.uth Water 
Kcily Brothers, Cedar, cor. Barney Mimdier J. II. (Mtfmr), '.'7 Dyer 
What Choer Lager Beer Brewery, S i ie m ou William II. 32 1-2 line 
X. Uolter, prop, orlice 11") Pine 

REAL ESTATE. 



Srick l)t* ulfrs. 

An sell Horatio x. 42 Wevbosset 
BraytiHi William \v. l»2 Wevbosset 
Hiiruhum Geo. If. 4 Equitable I.I.I- 
Build- Burrill KAgar l>. 97 Westminster 
Capwell U. I". ii Martin 
Cheney E. S. 4.*» Westminster 
Cobb Charlie A. 171 Westminster 
Asptnwall L. V2 Weybosser, Room 22 Daggett II. M. jr. l~> Westminster, r.9 
Barrows Rvreu C. U Wevboeset Doyle Louisi J. IS Custom liouae st. 

Cook E. II. 5d Wi ybosset Hyer Job* F. ISH Westminster 

pRAXSTOX HEXRY C. 37 Wcy- Hedlev Samuel, agent, Martin 
^ hosset, (see page J"- J ) H-dleV II. ..mas W. '.) Martin 

Eastman s. M) Westminster (pawn) Horton L»»«i.l, 7W5 Wevbosset 
Poster .fames A. & Co. .'..; Dorrance Hubbard Ji. I". A c>. OS Westminster 
! Gorton Thomas W. n; Westminster Hutehiu* !.. I). .►! Westminster 
I pEAECE HEXRY, 4-"> Wcybossct T OUGHUX JiHIN A SOX, 339 No. 
i j -L' Main 

| I'eirce A Salisbury, '.'l Custom Ho. st. Lvu.li .1. S. 1.* Weyhosset 
! Perry A Co. 7.~> Westminster MeCuinn. ss Bernard, 14 Westminster 

[Phillips II. 1<»; and 40 Westminster room 1 1 
Upham Chester F. l'.» Westminster PvriGHTJNGALE S. A. •" Equitable 
Wales 2*'. II. 04 Eddy ^ N building, 1 Custom House st. 

Warner W. A. & Co. si Westminster Olney Ibniamiii S. :;~»7 lli-ii 
Weaver W. A. 1". Wevbosset (tntge) Stiness P. B. Court House 
IVEEDES lllMON K. 53 Wey- Stuart George, IS Market Square 
" hosset (see page 2112) Waldron I>. A. 2d Wevbosset 

IVILBOCK, JACKSON a CO. 5-' Wood William H. 87 Westminster 
■» Wcybosset, (see page 203) 

STOCK AND EXCHA.VOE. 

Allen .T. E. 10 Westminster 



Nayatt Brick Co. 158 Dyer 

Bridge Builders* 
Pro v. Pile Driving and Bridg 
U»gCo.5o4 Eddy 

Brokers. 



COTTON AND COTTON GOOD 

Blodgert, L. M. 9 South Wa 



Bradford Win. H. .'. Cu-bon House st ( JEAXMOX III.Mll C. A Wej- 



ff & Reynolds, 44 Wevbosset 
I Eddy Jesse F. 5 Custom H.»iscst.rJ 
Kd.lv .t Street. !" South Water 
Fisher V|wll t $! Westminster 
Foster F. L. 11 Westminster 
I Kent Ira A. 10 South Water 
| Morgan Jacob, '.» ^outh Water 
I Poi>e Win. H. 4 Market Square 
I Kemiugton D. i Son, hi So. Wuter 



, Peiree 8t Snlisbure, 21 Custom House 
' Pitch. -r Andrew J. «L> Wevbosset 

IVEEDEX <;. It. SI Weybosset (see 

>> ,.■»-.■ W>) 

WILBOCU, JACKSON & CO. 52 
; " Weybosset, (see page 293) 

TICKET. 



KemiuKton D. & s.. n , IhSo. Water TTEMEXWaY, C. H. JR. 1-' West 
Reynolds \\ h. a s..„ ;r Weybo^et, li miustw , (sC( . p „^ - V . M 
Rhodes Frank A. .". Market Square 



Rhodei 

Haunders Isaac H. Wi 

Sheldon F. L. .V3 Wesl 

Statlord C. R. 24 Custom House st. 

Warner J. U. 11 S >uth Water 



Broom Ufanufticturers. 



Brush Manttfacturers. 



J 


I)KI OS. 


Cooke E. R. Mi><, MW Frien 


»hip 




G A 


RSIT3E JOHN. 50 Westminster, 


Curtis I'll... Men- A Co. 1U i\ 


ck 




(seepage 282) 


Felfcer Philip, V)6 High 







BRUSH HFKH— CARPENTERS, ETC. 

Card Board 

JOHNSON OLIVER k CO. 13 to J9 ' 



m 



t.-h:i 



Builders' Hardware, 



LULI.KK, rniAM & c< 
- 1 minster, (areopp. page 48) 
Jenek* r. W & tin 



pains j. b. * >.. mi „„a i»:N Al 1 ' u X i 1 ^1^° 

-*- Cranston, (set* page SIS) 



page 248) 

I Carpenters and Builders.' 
Building Materials, ! ■ 

/« ., .?.,, , , . J VHAMS CHARLES K. 4J Eddy, 

(Sea Masoyis' Building Material*.) \i\ ,„,.,. ?l 

Building Movers. Angel t Wii 



w a 12 1 

tM»rr|E s..n, renr 72 l>«-an 
.... Uussell i». .i4". Fountain 
Sandford Peteg C. W Friendship Arnold John F. »M Fountain 

Taylor Win. C. 222 Prairie ave. Austin S. A. IS I',-, k 

Iitu* Nelson, 19 Marvin iHarwv C. R. L'fil Dovlc avenue 

Rattev.Tohn M. 41 Eildv 



I avc. 



Burial Cases. 

PRO V IDENCE A IfT IFIC'L BTOX F. j totnettl' i'.'n rv ' It! gsTpottei 
x AND DRAIN PIPE WOKKS.7hVi n.nmtt Samuel A. 4.1 I'erk 

and 707 No. Main. (see pa j?,; 244) |»iaku William It. 12 Branch avcuu 
Kumiiur Brand?: iHrijrgs'C S. 233 Washington 

DUruill-t, X>I«llMl.. i; Ulkl( .v.F.,1,M, 40 1-2 Peek 

REYNOLDS K. & CO. 3 Wey- Barikmg J. It. 17 Bowen 
xv bosaet, (see page 27*) ' Butler . fames II. 27 Fotter 

i Weybosset, (see Butler Jt»tin F. lMii Charles 

[Carpenter & ( liil.l-. .".X Benefi 

Burnishers. j^JJJj 



vriiin; 

' ' page : 



141 Hi 
'nport Win. ('. ^ Co. 44 Well 
ley Pel.g. 22 South 
Dunn John, Irving ave. c. Butler av. 
I Dyer William H. 381) pine. 
Evan* M-nrv R. W |)»rrnnce 
. Fanning & Swan. II* Chapel 
Fe« !• v John R. Miner, near Saylea 
, I ..i.l James J. Ill Harking 
"UMtENCH, MACKENZIE k ('« ». fi'J 
!-*- Friendship, i »«••• <.],p. pace 4'.') 
\Q ALE WILLIAM II. 14: Pin- 

jpARDINKR J. THEODORE, 0fl 
; l I Pine, (*ee page 270) 
Cirtord William M. '.»'.> Do 



Darling, M. O. 4»". Page 
Read George s. 14") Pine 

Butt Mings Manuf. 

I New England Butt Co. F. A. Stan 
hope, agent, 11) Pearl 

Butter Manufacturers. 

LefFerta John R. 129 Dorrance 

Cabinet Makers. 

(See also Furniture Dealers.) 
j Baker J. M. H | OrainT? 

; LRENCH, MACKENZIE & CO. o<> uuu^. WiiViViVii* o4 Li'ppiM 
1-riemlship. (see page, opp. 4'.».» .i;i,. v ,t David, rear 7 M-.-rin 
I ll'T.-niau Iraneis 42 H.-acou U niton Dexter & ('••. 27o Dyer 

i \|ORLOCK & UAYEK, H>2. 1*4 and tll , iv A . A . & V>K (t ,,. r ^. cor. Brook 
! - ,A HH! Dorrau.-... (,.•, page 254) , lr:1 ' v .),,]„.. .^I Pouiitahi 
j roolman James, 28 E'otter ,, ra ' v Stephen I), rear 9 Waterman 

j Ihoniton James A. cear&iS Broad [(juliek tiuorge E. rear 5."> Ruraside 
Cancelling Stamps. fc^^^^^ 
T3EYNOLDS E. .t CO. 3 Weyboaset Harris John, Ranonear [Mtman 
| xt (<ee pa-e 278) ' llatliawav .t D..uj?la<s. H>*.» Waterman 

Mavwanl Richurd. VX. I'i 



WHITE A. a. 3 Weyboaset, (a< 

' T page 25,»i Hazard Daniel S. 1»« IVarl 



Cans. 



H.-I.den John, rear I 
Iroel, William II. .U.i Kou 
Morse ft Sons, LS8 Eddy and 112 Dor- Hort.in H-nry M. 71 p.ai 
ranee Hortna L. A. .S7 Summer 

pROVIDENCK CAN CO. 194 Pine. Hull C. FA J. M. 73 W 



'paire 25.S) 



Huftttm Wm. IL Benefit c. Cha-i.Flold 
Elm. Hutchinson Thomas A: Co. 2»» Clifford 
Jeneks < h tries K. 81 Oluey 
Johnson Freeliorn, rear."/.' Hospital i 
1 A. U. J. 5 Chart) 



\17HAT CHEEK CAX CO. 32 
»' cor. Eddy, (see page 233) 

Canvass Covers. 

DEASK L. F. M South Water, (see Luce William II. 42 1-2 fee 
_* page 27») Luther Deorgr F. lo Uauda 



... 






Carpet Dealers 



Cram J/.nrv. l:« Broad 

oo a,„i aJ 



I Mnt;!i, us \VJl]j. m , r. -,• • , 

I>lt,r s ,.„ .,„„„., jj ; .; , j\p(. IN i.\ A. J. i CO 

IViro?l!;,'l,i„..,„ . SI M.....W , Sh, ' rn, " nW "i'"«0.»,Vc-, mill „, r 

,S rT4»«W"'7; " Carpet Lining. 

.! «-i d «r h «". i£iSK5. Hv,„ i Car > et S« ft „e,». 

^!I.it!,^,.V,,'r , Ji r r l ,''r 

si.,.™ ' , ™'- !n ' :! ' if, > Carriage Hardware 



Carpet Upholstering. 

j. 28 

aw i 






I ii<Ir-nvoo<I Grorcr > Ft 5l% t" . 

!j^«hartWilliSV!: i :;i- t loum «n 

I Waterman (;in<li..<.- ioo r i 

I jL«bur Thomas B. *U u '""' C 
\*mam George W. lu«8 Eddj 



Cariiai,'e>l;u,„fao<,uers. ; 

1 UVca foe N7, <• e* wrights ) 

ssgs • 

For.l Willinm li. «.v IVi, t,.„,,,.„ 
Green John H.rrorl IgrSS™ 



j Carpenter.,' and Mas» n8 . S*Si?77cS-S 

Tods. |£m ^SKPiS&ffi :'"'" 

ii tfagk, («e« ,, lt0 aeo) m™„"",'."s i''' '■" S, " k, "i " "•«"" 

Carpet Cleaning. IrSSShp^^?'^'^ 

^ JirSumniit ,«:.r!' , '"'L\ ri ' otor - "'.vnoM«A. G CI Vorrl ^f • 



CAKKIAGE MFUS.— CIGAR DEALERS, ETC. 155 

Cement Wells. 
I \f ason WILLIAM rear Wl High, 
a L (see front colored pagcj 
Chain Mannf. 
Wjratt Thomas, comer Wyatt 
Chasers of Jewelry. 
( See Jewelry Chasrm.) 

Chemicals. (Dealers in.) 



Stecrc Jo*hua I!. 4S7 Pino 
StorevJ. If. 171 Ih.iris avenue 
Sullivan J. .1. S3 IMend*Mp 
Tliurber Lesti* II. nRVNt.7 Brad 
WaMi Garrett, IKH South Mail. 
Welcome Bros. .W mimI *7 Kniith 
Whipple ft Co. S"l Xortli Main 
White Isaac S. 11 Charles 



Carriage Maker*' Sup 
plies. 

J7UCKLIX D. IV 1.57 to 143 Dyer 



P.urlingame (Jcorge II. 17"J Mroail 
Chambers, Cahler & Co. 10 Exchange 

; lorc<l pagei p P ^ !DE <TOIIN - % M W 
ISTIN80R K. fcCCl. I r 3aad5£ddj, b (5inl)0rr ,. r< s , (> ,, 
r EWISJOIIN I>.:{ 



pOSGDON, CARPENTER * CO. SI 

^ Canal, (see front 



W 



(see pag. 
Carriage I'ai liters 

(See Painters.) 

Carriage Repositories. 

Allen Ebcnezer, ."» Fulton 

Elliott Geo. C. & Son, 13JHo 143 Broad 

WEST CHARLES II. Arsenal Ian. 

7IXSOR E. & CO. 1,3 and 5 Eddy, 
(see page 259) 

Carriage Stock. 

| JJUCKLIN D. IV 137 to 143 Dyer 

! pOXGDOS, CARPENTER & CO. SI 

i ^ Canal, (see front colored pa pre) 
| W/INSOR E. £ CO. 1, 3 and 5 Eddy. 
i " (see page 2o'.() 

Carriage Trimmers. 

I Bartlett John, 4 Meeting 

( Hawkins John A. 11 Richmond 

Reynolds William H. Arsenal lane 
Si.lebottom Abram M. 7~> Clifford 
Winsor Sidney A. ;>>3 Fountain 

! Carriage Trimmings. 



pla 



: page IWJ 



'tininster, 
td 4 Exchange 



RICE, STARKWEATHER <fc CO. 
*_'.". Exchange place, (see first 



hack colored pace) 
'NOW & EARLE, 8 Exchange pi. 



137 



14- 



Chemicals }ianufs. 

Over Bros. 2»> Westminster, room 19 
lliggin, Loyd & Co. 29 Wcybusset 

Hughesdale Manufacturing Co. 21 

Custom House street 
.lillson Charles 1>. 3 Wcvbosset 
f EWIS JOHN I>. 3 and 4 Exchange 
lu place, (see page !.'<;'.)) 
Hum ford Chemical Works. X. D. 

Arnold, tre.-is. S8 to fll So. Water 
ShepnrdT. P. & Co..olRce 4:5 South 
Main 

Chemists. 

Vaughn Henry W. (nualvtrcal), 6 
North Main " 

Chimney Tops. 

DROV. ARTIFICIAL STOXB AND 
c D1IAIX PIPE WORKS, 7u"> 

North Main, (see page L'44 I 
K. I. Cement Drain Pipe Co. Park, r. 
State Prison, near Cove Basin 

Chiropodist. 

Coyle Francis E. 10 Cans! 
Crispin James J. 17'J Broad 

Chromos. 

\\ r ATF.IiMAN F. A. 207 WestmiaeJ 
" t,r 

page l\>i) jCigar T/ealers ft Manafi). 

Caterers. [See a tea To7>acconists.) 

Ardoono G. Jf. l r »7 Westminster and A,,on Frnnk l: - 33 CaTpentw 
26 North Main | Vnthony Henry A. •>'.' High 

Green Thomas If. 69 Benevolent | Canton Saronel, S ." rTigh 
Tilhnghast i.. A. S.'A Westminster I "aker ■ Ioun H ; ' C ' Ed,1 > 

1 pl.ANDlNti W. B. 7(' Xorth Main, 
Cement Dram ripe. !>> and 58 Wevbonet, (see front 
R. L Cement Drain Pipe Co. Beach, colored page) 

n . Park, r. oid State Prison, near Mowers H. W. 83 Manton avenue 
Cove Basin iChamberlain C D. 964 High 



BUCK LIN DANIEL D. 
Dver 
QOSGDON, CARPENTER & CO. 81 
^ Canal, (see front colored page) 

Carvers. 

TJOWLEH CHARLES, 40 Peck 

Fox Frank, 69 Friendship 
, \\ ORLOCK & BAYER, 102, KM and! 
' *™- KH» Dorrunce, (see i 



- — „ ■__. _.J 



156 



CIGAR DEALERS, ETC. — CLERGYMEN. 



Chose Lewis, 18 Cranston llalne* W. s. 18 south Main 

Cooper Hi nry F. stokes, near High How.- John, 7»> Weybusset 
Con, .-ii Willinni 11.211 Impel \I H.LF.R JOSEPH A. 25 Ihitler F.i 

Dodendorf John, r.-ar 24 Knight *' L change. 4th i!->or. (see p. 2*tJ 

Dorman Charles K. 4n Washington Monro* .J. Albert, 1.1 Market nqiiara 
Gaddcs Thomas J. HW High Paine Chaa. K. Ifl Market sq. room 

Gale John W. 1-4 Westminster Schubarth N. II. 20 VVeybo**< t 

Gorton John, ."ft Kddy c III.IM) .J. HEBBE1I I. 0.1 Westmin 

p KEEXE JOHN W. 44 and 43 Ex- ° »ter, (nee page 2i»7) 
A' change place CIIKId) a SAWYER, 65 Wcst»ln 

flack ett .(arms II. 23 Perry ' «»'■» 

Hale A Austin, 158 Westminster 
Harknesa Thomas A 77 Wcybosact ci n , Consulting Bll- 

Hatch H. 2^ >>mth Mam 

Hortou George E. ast. Wclromeavc. |JllMH?a% 

Huntoon k Gorham, 43 Westminster » » ILLER JOSEPH A. 25 Butler Fx- 
Lentz Jacob, 08 Eddy ' ->1 change, 4th Moor, ' see p. L'l.'.j 

Lidnor G.jenro J. 7S Charles _,, . , 

iLinti A Blaisdell, 24.1 Broad Claim Audits. 

Lowry W. J. 240 North Main .fovea W. ir. 50 Westminster 

Market Square Cigar Co. Market aq. p cr kineJ. II. 40 Weybneact 
Maeteraon Ann, 140 Canal, (manuf.) p itlDan j OS n^ s. lis Xo. Muin.rm.2 
McShca P. J. 093 High, (manuf.) ' 

Mitchell Thomas 1?. 28 Point Clergymen. 

Ni.lsmF. C. 374 High ABRKVIATIOX*.— A., Advent; B.. 

Piunm-y Squire '/.. 'M liorrance I Baptist; (.1... Chi isti an : C T.. I'on- 

Potrrr Ezek.u-1. :;«.«> Miprh '-rr.--atiMiiali.st ( 1 rinitarian i ; C I'.. 

Randall J. U. tt> ttrfdgbam i<\.n;rr.-gationalist ( Ciutari.ui - ; F... 

Randall L. A Son, 202 E»My Fpiseopalian : I'. A.. F.sangclieal 

KeynoIdaA Anthony. 14 Weybosset : V dvenf K. I,., Kvan. Lutheran: F. 
.Searle Alfred in i Stewart Bm t^eewill Baptist; P. R.. Free 

seney Loin-. \, Summ.-r ■. Ih-li-'ioiis ; J.. Jewish; L.. Lutheran; 

CMITII FERDINAND. 401 Hi V 'h; M . K ., M ,-thodist F.pisco pal ; X. J., 
i J (manuf. see page 25<») : Xew j er usakm ; Prcs.. Presbyterian : 

( Smith Hugh. 3 Crawford R. <J M Roman Catholic; S. A., >ec- : 

Smith Isabella M. Haswell, rear 9G:. )ini i Advent; s. P. B., Sixth Princi-' 
I Eddy [pal Baptist; Uv., Unlveraalist. 

Stevenson George. 2S Dorrance i , , , ,„.,.* J. 

Tyler Albert D. 4l»l High A1<1 , en Jo ¥ hn « ' R - l0 \ } S xt ' r 

vWe Joseph. 222 N'orth Main I An <j em J««M». ( » ) -» J '"™P 

Watson John H. 13 Snow ' Anderson Alexander. (M. E.) .A Pay, 

Weaver II. L. 280 Westminster, '- Vn,J,, 11 <m L "jj^Vx ,o«r « . ."• 
I (wholesale) I Arnold Henry I. (C. r.) 10 Westfield 

i West Nathaniel, 20.1 Westnnnster : U, , ,0l,1 ., S "? lf {?' ^ ] |> > 75, ll J dS,,a H 
[Whipple Albert L. 104 Westminster [Baker Pardon M. (F. 13.) 21 B J 

; White Jos pph,27»? South Main Ih-hrends A. J. 1-. (L. 1.) o2 Parkia 

WifrfallAln.-d.. 1.1 Jenkins ' .°V nue „, „ , „ , m , 

Wipfall Thomas. 148 North Main £« >>' ' '• W, (B. ) Sayles, e. Searle 

WirV g ateL.Mrs.3Burrill <,x, '- v M " »--,;-' iJ " ] /*" ,, a " • .1-1 1 

jTounjrUeo. F. & Pro. «• Westminster ■Bra.llord/\ dhum, <L. l>. 9.) 21, 1-2 
i VULNG & LVON, 22 North Main. .„ U ;^"nm^ter 

I -*- (see nntre -Y,i\) Bradbury A. R. (F. B.l 20 Oeorirc • 

J istepa{.t ZW,j BravC.nnmin-s, (B.) Chalkstone ar. 

I Circulating Libraries. L between Aldine and Manton ave. ! 
• Rr-nnan James V (K. C.J tenner, c. 

; Arnold G. O. 27.'. North Main Pond 

lioston Circulating Library Co. 213 Brewster J. M. (F. B.) 'M Smith 
I High Brie James J. (1L C.i 02 Hope ; 

,Free Library of the \ 'u;on for Christ- Cm.1v Jonathan. i.M. F.) 5S4 Broad 
, ian Work, 133 Broad Clark Thomas M. 1 E. > •".-« George 

llaveiis Kdward. >.". Broadway 1 leary Win. B. (P. C.) '.'J Hope 

Perrin Daniel, I<i7 Westminster '( Inne M. M. I il. C.) Fullers ar. opp. 

I Williams N. Bangs, 52 Weatmioater j Soyes avenue 

rivll Fmnnflpra ColweR JamleB W. (E. ) 4.1 Georce 

i.i\H ^nyrineers. |ct»nantH.vr.32Me»a« 

CushintrS. B. k Co. 21 South Main it'ook Norman P. ,.\.C )24Courtland 
! Fisher Orville, .%> VVeatiiunstrr Cooper F. J. (M. K.) 17U Thayer 

Fitts David, 13 Market sipjare 1'rookes William, [F U.i fi2 i.)r!n-« 

'Greene Kubert W. t4 Westminster t'usliutan Henry U(L*Vi)05Carpenter 



CLERGYMEN— CLOTHES WHINGERS. 13 

Denteon Frederic, (It.) 28 Suuth ct. Ross Peter, (M. E.) Inst on Jackson 
Dexter Lewis, (P. II.) 91H Potter sav. avenve 
Doe Walter P. (C. T.) 154 Broad Kugir Henry W. (U.) 8 Dexter 

Douglas William, (II.) WH lYospect Kalluy A. T. I F. J;.i p Hudson 
Dunham Lewis K. (M. ]•"..) Arraiugton Sbepley David, c . T.) .".". Ford 

avenue Shearman Win. D. V. (E.) 110 Acad- 

Eddj Edwin It. (!t.) Prairie avenue, emy nvc. 
corner Potter'* avenue Sibley Ahiol W. (s. A.) 01 Bellevue 

i Ernst Carl W. (E. U) Hotel Dorraacc avenue 
Everts W. W.jr. <B.) 54 Camp smith William It. (M. E.l 211 H 

I Farnham E. Pickett, (B.) 183 Lock- Stanley K.I win s. (M. E.) -: l'or/i 
wood Staple* Carlton A. (C. I', i ;j Bcnevo- 

Field Samuel W. (It.) 32 Oak t lent 

Einesilver Moses, {.L> SI Charles Stetson Joshua A. (V. 15.) 82 Gilmore 

| Finnegan .Janus A. {K. 0.) ltrunch stetson Wm. IL. (M. E.) Doyle ave. 
a ve. junction Douglas avenue near Camp 

Fuller Edward K. . It. ) 248 Broadway 1 Stock bridpe John ('. (B.) 1-1 George 
Greet David II. (E.) 8 Ureen ' Stone Edwin M. (C. V. I 1 Lloyd 

Harris George, (C. T.J \M Power .Sullivan ItubcTt J. (It. C.)8u4 Broad- 

i Harty John, ( IL ('.) N State j way 

* Hemperley I'. H. <N. J.) 51 Dudley Taylor Edward G. (B.) 63 Charles 

: Hendricken Thomas E. < U. l\) Fen-I Field 

! nor, corner Pond [Taylor Jeremiah, (Cong.) 43 College 

lleushaw Daniel. ( E. ) <W C.eorgo 'J ifl in -hast Caleb A. (Cb.) l'J Bridg- 

| Hewlett John ('. ( E.) 50 William bam 

| Hinckley 1- rede ric A. (E. B.) 21:Towvin II. (J.) :>S Charles 

I Wbeaton iVose James Ci. (C.T.) I4d Wash'ngt n 

Hopkins Preston It. (E. B.) 380 Pot- Wallace M. A. ( It. C.i L'7 1 I*rairie av. 

■ ters avenue Walsh Jamas C. (K. C.) 1W Vinton 

: Hughes Christopher, (R. C.) 14 State Webb Samuel IL (E.) 74 Burnsidc 
Humphreys G. Flavel, (Cong.) 10 whedon Daniel A. <M. E.) 83 Broad- 
Oakland ! way 
Iumanll. S. (B.) 11 Ford j Wheeler Charles II (E.) 10S Prospect 
Johnson Elias H. (B.) East, c. John Wheeler George, ( F. II.) IM Spencer 
Jones Edward F. (M. E.) 1' Kinggold Whkeher W. E. iM. E. ) <"..*. Vinton 
Jordan D. A. < If. E.) East Wilhml Andrew F. ( It. > 44 Spring 
Keith Adalbert F. (C. T.) 1 Palmer Williams E. T. i.M. E.) 4* Lloyd 
Laurie Thomas, (C.T.)«.»0 Knitrht ! Wood Israel H. (It.) -H> South 
L.avitt Dudley P. (SI. E.) o«M Broad Woodbury Augustus, (C. U.) 52 
Litch Josiab, ( A.) 42 Prairie avenue | Broadway 
Manchester Alfred, (C. U.) DO Doyle ( Woodrov Samuel G. (B.) 14d Thur- 

Hvenue bers avenue 

SIcCabe John J. (R. C.) 1<>J Vinton Woods Aha, i B.) JW Prospect 
SlcC-rd Matthew s. (Pres.) 55 Vernon Woods E. Arthur, ^B.) 4-> Cbapiu av. 

i McSweenev Cornelius, (K. C.) Fen-I 

ner, corner Pond j Cloaks itlld 3laill ilia S. 

Mitchell James W. (B.) Jenckes, c. 



Brett William A. 104 Westminster 
Clock Materials* 

PAYLOK GEOKGE H. & CO. l: 

*■ Westminster, (see page 2.">.'t) 

CJolhes Cleaners. 



Pro: 
Morse B. S. (U.) 2SS Broadwav 
Murphy J. (H. C.) 804 Broadway 
Northrop Henry H. (Free Cong.) 31 

Arch 
GHare Michael, (IL C) 271 Prairie 

avenue 
O'Reilly Earrel, (K. C.) Fenner, cor.. 

Pond i DAVIDSON WILLIAM, ft Mathew- 

Dslei Lemuel, (E. A^ 337 Friendship ' son. fee* page -£M) 
OtUPrin E. iCT.I 1 4 W. Pri»'iuiship!Fimiogiiii Joseph. ;:\ Kichinoud 
Parry Thomas, (Pr<-s.i 4i?JPme ; Levy Solomon. 1 44 * North Main 

Phelon Benjamin, «'F. B.) LN Pitman HJo-rers t.eortre, L'48 E.Idy 
Pluinmer Chm. II. (I'limn) !<>s J,.bni ^'«o.ster Walter M. 14 Snow 
ktytn«>nd II. P. (SI. E.) L.'.; l litturd jWilliains Lloyd, Mrs. 'S> Kichmond 
Klee Dcl^ncy v.. (E.) lUTohay 

itithards chas. a. l. (E.) 144 Benefit Clothes Drying Mat-Dines 

la.h.usU >auu,el (B.) 8:15 Waterman ufahap A . M . & Co.J*) Fountain 
Roberts Henry B. (Cong.) Prairie av. ' 

i 'Tr.lTJp ?;' in i\ Clothes Wringers. 

i. K>t James P. (i.<>ng.) Clavaaclc i " 

[Eclipse Wringer. 'J llaymarket 



1")8 CLOTHING— CuAL AND WOOD. 

Clothing Dealers. 'iianej George w. 27fl wickenae* 

, c . i** # -.'i x Hamas il-nrv W. s»-.' Itnxiit 

(See aim Sf«rc* rtn< friton.) Ionian Benjamin 1st, UK Beacon 
Almy Edward C. ft Co. 110 West-ICapcUe Philip A. 72P«»»irre avenue 

minster (Chapman John !'. •_' Martin 

Barneby Abner J. W, W and WO Charles St. Coal uud Wood Co. near 



We 



Admiral 



Barnaby .J. ]j. i Co. 1l>2 to 12S West- Colburn Samuel, 15 Peine 

minster Ponley A" Hm-i,^, :tl(J AtwelPi avo. 

BoatOU * Prov. Clothing Co. 108 Cony Franci*, ."rf'.l I'inn 

Westminster L'ovill David, lift Lock wood 

Burrows E. (.;. jr. (boys), 81 West- 1 Cra mini I Simeon L. 4MU X.,rth Maiu 

minster Davis & Benson, 19 Courtiaud 

Cohen Charles. Mil North Slain Billon Michael, Ives, c.r. Transil 

Donald N. J. Mi*?, (children's), 7 Earlcy Thomns II. IM Thurber'a ar. 
Abbott Turk p la. - I Elliot Ely A. IC Westminster 

■ Klia* & Crown, Hiti»» Hi>rh Everett Itielimond I*. 1 Custom 

Fink Adolph, #K Norrii Main I Hou»e street 

Frand Louis J. -J\r, South Main -Fox II. F. .t Co. 87S Eddy 

Glaser Herman, 91 South Main Cates Elam II. No. Main, c. Iiandall 

Goodwin Charles A. •_'•;: Hijrh |Cazlnv William, JCffJ letter's avenue 

| Gradv James, (second hand i, 77 High Gauvreau Jcwcph, Ifl Walling 
, Green Henry, 2Sl North Main | Greene Stephen 1'. >Al North Main 

Happ H. ft? Westminster [ Ballet t I. N. jr. n) Deaa 

Jacobs Charles. 13 South Main [Harrington A. A. & Co. rear 377 High 

Jenhcrson Georg.i, 27 Westminster [Henderson John, Walling, c. lied lev 
Kelly Mary A. i'/.i North Main : j [ 0( >PEU <> W. 4'J Bridguam, (see 

: Kennedy Jerome ft Co. 19) Westmiu- l± page L*>;; 
! st»>r j Hopkins, Poinrov & Co. 35 Weykoa- 

Kimhall Bros. 8 to 11 Washington set. and 310 Eddy 
! row Hunt E. M. & Co. 7 Weybosset 

1 Macidlar, Parker ft Co. .">:] Westmin- Johnson A. W. 443 IIi-l» 

ste-r Johnson & Whaley. L".» smith 

McKenny Abner K. 72 Burnside | Judge I). Mutual, near Eddy 

: Mowry & Kobius, 4. Gaud 7 Washing- Langley Alvin II. 8 Lawrence 

ton row : Lawrence Asa, 7<W Eddy 

! Nichols, Crowell ft Co. 233 So. Main Mackay II. ft Co. 197 Smith 

Reardon Jeremiah, (second baud). Mason Frederick A. Frank, c. Beacon 
! Is) Charles Mathewson F. A. 38 Dodge 

i Reiusteiu L. 83 North Main Matteaon Burrill, rear .'112 Broad 

; Rosenfeld Anna, (second hand), 9d Matteson Theodore Y. 1811 Charles 
North Main McCarthy M. ft D. 87 Burnside 

Simon Isaac ft Co. 039 High Midwood Hcnrv, (Jl Burnside 

; Slocum B. (second hand), 213 North Xewhail George II. SW South Water 
! Main OIney Joseph, opp. 112 south Water 

; rpALLY ,<t SLATTLRY. 2X1 West-' O'Bouke John, 'J2> Plain 
! -*- minster, (merchant tailors, see, Parker George II. 3!>1 North Main 
page 296) Peck ft Salisbury, 39U South Main 

! . ,^ _ . ^ Peckham Brothers, 142 Messer 

Coal DcalerS-By the Cargo Perrin * Irons, r> Manton avenue 
! Elliot E. W Westminster ! ^ rce r ^' W « * ?. on « l p Cr ^"* ton 1 

I Hopkins, Pomroy & Co. 33 Weybos- , lrtce l % nu ] u \ [ \'^ So, »- » ' C;irl 
I set and ;;'.!) Fiidy Pomroy h. C. 184 Dyer 

= Lamed R. M. jr. Id South Water i^Pf A B ; * , S(m Vr l9 «Pv7TL. 

: Ordsvav A. L. 33 Westminster goblnson HJ.al o. 38 High 

i Ormsbi-e John H. asri-nt, 7 Market sq. K -™'> Ju,, » fc" Ju V*"' "T P , A PP* eton 
! 13EBSONS BENJAMIN W. 30 Wey- Salisbury ( h' ; b»rd, nk, H.irh 
i J- bosset ( so- pa r.. -,1s, ..sabsbury W lib -m A. :'„ I-.-deral 

! Philadelphia and .^olin- Coal and ^[l 11 lU ,,,K i : T - K ^ ' '/' 7 " 8 ^ nlh 
; Iron Co. .-•Custom House >t. rm. i» ; ^aterando W.-ybosset ..-om- 

Tucker ft Little, Dver, c. L>orrance,'_ . ' '''-'' J 1 U- ' 1 , , • ., ... . 
i snd Wevbossct, c. Custom IIoU>e >,n ' !h " ; ,t , t ; ■"■- "-'V;' ^ ^,. 



! street 

i White John R. 4 Son, 167 India 



w. er ft r> ono, _i'j Atwell a ai 
lait Lawrence, Diamond e. Superior 
V : ius Lemuel K. 1.' Marvin 

Coal ami Wood Dealers. Tuck t *'f L ' ttk - I '- V, ' r - °- ^"ance, 

and >\ e% bosset, c. Cust>-m Home 
Allau James W. .114 Wick end en : street " 

Anthony Samuel B. 39 Manton are. 



COAL AND WOOD— -WE IOHT CLIP. 159 ] 

I Walte Allen, 42 Efm. A 180 Kichm'd Comb Munufs. 

Waite W. E. 452 I- .My L ,. ...... „ „ . ... 

Walker K. K. (i: sm.\v Potter WlUhun K. 2W Westminster, 

I Waterman C. A. 7 Newton |. I ,.(r ll " l , n , t ., ., ......... .. 

Webb Juiiii-s || ,Vi Winter TilliiHTnast « Uailey, 2jB Washington, 

; Well, John & Co. 32 Lorter (Iwrai 

! White John R. £ Son, b',7 India atvi, 
| G7 Dyer 

| Coffee and Spice Mills. ^w£j m £ mmercW SH, °" 1, 104 
I American Hills, 24 Peck Pror. Bryant A stratton, Business 

! Durfee, Hampaon & Round*, "9 Dyer College, T. B. S to well, prop. '2*', 
Lester! David, U 2 and 114 Dorrance \ WeatiniiiMter 
j Spragius Thomas W". 77 and 79 Hor- Scholfteld's Commercial College, 1:J7 
i ranee j Westminster 

Coffin Manuf. 

I pLARK JOHN L. o7 and 3D Charles,' 
! ^-' !.«« page 244) j 

Conneely Wm. Jackson ave. ««•* poMMERf'IAL REGISTER PTB- 
1 otter s avenue \j 

Coma AVarerooms. 
(See also Undertakers.) 



Commercial Colleges* 



Commercial Register 
Publishing Co. 



LI.SIIIXl. CO. IS Custom Home 
street, room ."i. (see opp. p. 49) 

'Commission Merchants. 



T>OtCl JAMES, 292 Broad, (see Aldrich B. F. "'2 Canal 
1J page 39) 



j IJAKEU UEUEGE T. & CO. 54 and 
UMLRSON H. S. 153 Tine, (see D .y, south Water 
XJ page 279) ' piloWN Jiii< id. & CO. 37 Exchange 

TrXoWI.KS HORACE B. 9">, 97 and U , )la( . e . (st . c in>i(I(> front cover) 
■*•*■ 99 North Main, (see page 2-4,3,) BufTum George A. _»» Weybosset 

Collar Laundry. QLAFUX c. J. & CO. Cove lands, 

w (see pa ire 'J4*»> 
pROV. STEAM LAFNDRV, Km', Davis & Brown, 21 Dyer 
! x Hnsnitfti. (****»<*# •*>:,) Dunnell & child. 4 Westminster 



Hospital, (seepage 293) 
Collectors. 



i Fen in H. F. 71 Weyluns. 

iFojrg Ezra D. (lumber;, 25 Westrain- 

Brown Charles H. 21 Weybosset /^AiUmF milV -,<i W.»«fmin«t*.r 

Brown .lames W. 21 Weybosset ' G A /ll ' ^ . ^4 4 M >tmin ^ T ' 

l^LlsSrS^O 1 W? ST ^ J { ,l ' 1R - Green K'uVar,! 5?So8i Water, c. 
^ L1M11NG CO, In Custom House c ji t wr ( > 

P^WT 3, (see opp. page 49) Gri ' m a M ft Co M and , v . Canal 
Pro* i o tectum Bureau, o Custom KimbmI1 Jailie9 M . & * on 5 , 4 Market 

House 3t. room 2*> j 

Smith Charles W. 14 Westminster ^£17 T. L. 50 Westminster 

; IJARSON3 HENRY L. 109 and 102 
Deer, ( -i'i; ps«rc 2J21 
C. B. & Co. 32 Cai 



er Edward A. 9 Martii 
Winship John A. l>i South Main 



Colle«»"«»«i SU»1iAfile nnd Pearse C. B. & Co. 32 Canal 
. vuiie B t?>,, »cnoois anti pOTTER J. A. & CO. 33 Wetfmuxs- 
Academies. st, ' r . Number, see page - *- > 

, e „ 1# . „ „ J OICE. STARKWEATHER & CO. 25 

(.See also Miscellaneous Department) It K^-han^e pi. (.see hist back col'd 
I Friend's Collepre, Augustine Jones, page) 

Hope, near Olnev Robinson W. A. & Co. 10 So. Water 

LaSaile Academy, 129 Fountain Sabre G. W. '1\ Custom liou.se street 

Howry i Uott,*(Hicrh School), 49 Ses>ions Th<»nms & Co. 117 < annl 

Snow sJHELDON I. J. 102 N»»rth Maiu. 

Mt. Pleasant Academy, Academy a^. k - (see page -tS>) 

near \rmingtou avenue Simmons J. F. 37 Wejrbosaet 

! S'ut • Norm:.-. Seh-.x I, J. C. Green- 'Spalding Gihrinn, 33 Peari 
i ough, principal, Benefit, c. Ange.U Welhuanll. E. (lumber), 1 8. Water 
State School for the l»eaf. J. W.' .. ...«,. 

Homer, principal. BeneHi, e. Halsey Compensating Alll l-r riC- 
S( Francis Xavicr'a Convent ot ■f5r»»', W*.io-lif mii» 

Mercy, 3110 Broad tlon >% * * , P ,lt Clip. 

Vci\ ir*itv (irurnznar School. M A E. rTAYDEN D. W. M Pearl, (see page 
Lyon, College, cor. Prospect | ■ *- 2jM) 



"160 



CONCRETE PAVING — CORSETS. 

nOBEHTS k CO. 176 North Main 



Concrete Paving* 

K ■' . Walker V. a Co. MO Hi** 

\fOOREJ01IX W. 21)1 Washington, Wctk , i, r . . tll ,. r> . ,;•_> lllld {A Richmond 

-* J (we page is;-.') _ 



Peoples' ('< 



rtteCo.33We»tmin 



Contractors. 



I> I. COXCKETE CO 23 Weyboa- KIs ,, r( „. W iir.:..n. Kl Westminster 

i«?t, (see page Jul) I L" BENCH, MACKEXZIK ,v ( <» . flO 

Conductors and Gutters. L Friendship, (see col'd page opp. 

A 11NOI.I) v< 
-** change ] 

tjurbows 

KENYON, ( 
High 



ARNOLD & McCOWAN, fi Ex- Hnll |.V. * .1. M. 7:: Weyftossftt 

i \ '■»>«»*-:•■ i> ,fl <:\\ '.«:••• i"'^: 1 ! 7 ''' nu>t,<. wim.-.m r. 2s« ihnest 

MKUOfts & KLN\U_\, 2* High M „ uUoll k i n ^ r;i | liim , 22 Mill 

GRIM wood & CO. Off! W UlJU & W,NS ° U ' W D ° ft » nCa 

MOWRY \VM. G. R. & CO. 457 Bo. Coopers. 

Main, (we page 242) ! ('ashman John & Co. 45 Peek 

gWEET D. D. &. CO. 15 Eddy 



or. Meadow 



Cop Tubes. 



Cobb George W. 153 Smith Water 
| Elliott Thomas J. 1 Crawford 
Confectionery. |Joll* Joseph 11. 41 iv« 

(Sec al*o Fruit.) 
Adams John, :i7 Manton avenue 
Ardoetic <;. M. 1"»7 Westminster, and 

26 North Main l>ROWN BIN iS. A CO. .'.7 Bxctange 

Braman Sarah Mrs. 44 Chnrleg ' !-> place, (see inside front cover) 

BrfgirH Edwin A. K»s Wevbosset I I>URGEss,cOPTrBECO. 5 Custom 

Cadwell J. F. 25 Mathew'son lJ House st. (e«e pane 241>) 

Carpenter E. jr. HFJ Westminster Hutchinson .lames, 17 Xash lane 
/ <HACE GEORGE A. .".7.") W. stntin- McCauslnnd John. 33 South Water 
^ st« r, (see page 27:!) Ralston William. :;<> Hardenburg 

C1app& Kiner. l.i Wevbosset 'PAVLOli CHARLES F. .", Custom 

Dillon Marv, 30 Smith ■*> House street, (patent machine 

Galambos A. JfltJ Westminster made, see page 249) 

SS^wm-m^nsSll Coppersmiths. 

LULL GUN, 78 Weybosset, (see (See also plumbers.) 

1 ALLEN E. J. 217 and 219 South 



opp. page 4 ( .t 
Hupp George, 'S> Beacon 
j Johnson Elizabeth, 47 Arnold 
Johnson John If. 447 Eddy 
Johnson W. K. Broad, opp". Cass 
Jones S. !■:. Miss, 441 Uigh 
Kent William Mrs. 34 Bandall 
Kiernan Annie 0. 34 Jackson 
Mnrehant John E. ."Hi South Mail 
Marsh Khenez-r, 5»»i Broad 
Moore Frank S. 2t>! Broad 
Remington w. H. 70.", High 
Roberts John H. 33 and 301 West- 
minster 
TJOBERTS & CO. 170 North Main 

Rogers Thomas, 2»V> Broad 
Ro<* A. 1M»7 Washington 
Shawcross J. M. 107:5 High 
Spink Samuel. 145 tli^rt* 
j Sweet Mary Mis. lOR'.HUjh 
Sweetland William, ," Hi 



Main, (see ]in<re 255) 
i \ LLEXSOX J- & J. 9 Steeple, (see 
» page 255) 
j Davenport &. Manchester, 116 Dcr- 

I^ENXER WILLIAM II. & CO. I2i» 
' *- Broad. ( -ee in-ide front cover; 

Luther Kdward, Kfl Transit 

I pHILLlPS THOMAS & CO. 75, 77. 

7'..» and 85 South Main, (see front 
colored pa ire) 

Cork Manufs. 
[Goodspeed G. S. agent, 29 Exchange 
\ place 
New England Cork Co. o College 

Corset Laces. 

ItvOUGLASS G. C. 9 Calender, (*ce 
; oage 27:H 



Tillinghast L. A. TA Westminster £ l \'\ ( V ; tA \ >IANI * L °- 4 « 
| Weeks Brothers, 88 and »W lUclimond Charles, (see psge -L ) 

Corsets. 



Confectionery 31anufs. 

Bostwick J. M. & Son. o7 Willow 
piIACE GEORGE A. 375 Westinin- 



(Sfe alto Shirt JfanK/actitrers.) 

Amerkaa Corset Manuf. Co. 40 Clif- 
ford 

| American Corset Shield Co. 2H"- 
Westminster 



I 



CORSETS— CROCKBKT, MASS, ETC. 



Fra*er A. it Co. .'51 Grant 
Gould L. K. Mrs. 1.' ; Uigh 
Ni.hols & Buker, 17;} W.-tmiusti 
Providence Corset Co. 235 Westi 
I iter 

Costiuners. 

! Lew Solomon, 14<> Sarth Main 
! Raid H. L. Mr*. 17 Claveriek 
Stevens M. i». Mrs. 2M High 

Cotton Onus. 

RICHARDSON' RICHARD, Mautoi 
village, (sec page 278) 

Cotton Dealers. 

(See also Broker*, Cottcm.) 
! Aldrich Henry I.. 41 Wrybosset 
j Atwell s. s. 50 Wcstmiuster 
I Bradford W. II. 20 Wilcox bonding 
I Brownell F. s. .", Exeltaitge 
] Chandler William II. |<l VVestminstc 
; Dav Daniel & Co. 1-' South Water 
Deining li. II. & Co. a South Water 
"" OR, 12 Westmin 



STAFFORD A CO. 27 Custom House 
k street, room I, (yarns, seep.2FI) 
Sykes Early, (mosquito netting), 4 
. 'Meadow 
Taft OrraV it Co. 14 South Wntcr 
Vaughan Benjamin F. Vamrhaii bldg. 
Vauglian Wanton, 27 Cu«tom How* 

street, room '1. 
Vaugban William P. 27 Custom House 

street, room 2 
Watson ic. W.Bank Commerce bldg. 
Market ><i- 
X Cotton Machinery Mar fs r 

Franklin Foundry .t Machine Co., 8. 

C. Blodfret. jr. trraa. 
TJAYLi.N U. W. 31 I'.-arl, (patent 



1 If ASTON & TAYLOR 
i -*- J ster. (see page -<* 



detective stop motion, fcc. see 
page 284) 
Providence Machine Co. George J. 
Hazzard, agent, AM Eddy 

Cotton Waote. 
Almv Benjamin F. iV.t Canal 
Budlong »i. K. & Co. 9 Worcester 
/ tLAFLIN C. J. & CO. Cove Lands, 
Fisher A. Q. L South Water V ; SM , pa|re o^i 

Hazard. Chanin & Noyes, .'1 Market r „ rkt . r \\ imam" It .'JO Ed.lv 
..i^"*™ , , , Ileree J. E. & Bros. 93 Dn'rrance 

Hidden H. it sons (cotton and cot- i» r „ v i,ien,.f Cotton Tie Co. M Wev- 

ton goods), Si Wevbosset bosset 

P mb t",lV A - 81 Westminster Providence Waste Co. 37 Wevbosset 

Kin-,' \\ lHiiim J. & Son. M W estnun r J{) vu ,] )s ( ■;,],.,,,, ■••<<'o\e 

^n^'^itm^o. Water Uuion W «ddi«g Co. 48 Exchange pi 

Mathewson I'. M. it Co. 10 So; Water Counsellors. 

Randall Thomas A. 3 W T evbo*sct ,„ . * 

Simmons Simon W. .",7 Wevbos,et ( ice *««■*»»•) 

Simmons W. C. 50 Westminster Coupling .Maiiufacl nrers. 

Taft Orray it Co. 14 South Water , T . .,.. ,-,„,- ,n.-i> ivniDvi 

Warner J M 11 South Water A IJLEN FIRE DLl'AI, I Ml.N 1 

armr.i.n. u &outft Wate* ^ &LI ,p LY ((> . Hff to 171 Eddy 

Cotton Goods Maiinfs. Oeepage297) 

(See alia Jfanuf. Companies.) Rhode island ConpBsg Co. 32 Mhl- 

A SSJi **™y£°' °^ a Br0ther8, ! ^Covers. (Ctamw*.) 
Beckwith A. N. 21 Soutli Water pFASK L. F. 84 S. Water, fwa^n, 

Bdwanls Rhodes K. 11 South Water X car, horse and* merchandise cov- 
}VLi:i( UlAl MAXUF. kO. 47 era, see page 27U) 

x Charles. .7. s. Ornisbee. trees. . , ,, , 

(see page 247) tracker takers. 

Goddard Bros, nsrent*, 48 So. Main 7>i r<> j. Haywnrd, -i-A Broad 
wod.lard it Pnpe, nBrent-. 4s So. Main Wiiglit William A. 40 Dean 
HopkmsE.W. (yam), 5 Wilcox bldg. „ . _,_ . 

Kuijrht B. B. it K. (Weached cloth), Crockery, Glass ana 

M^pmH^r!-\ P Co e 37W*vhoaset j Earthen Ware. 

Mowry s»eott W. 5 Custom "House -t. A I.T.F.N E. J. 217 find 219 South 
K •>«?. .1. L i sbeetiug and print clotlre), A ^ Main, (see pape 2.-»> 

4'.» Weybo.<set AKTHOXT, COWELL it CO. B»9 

Slatei Samuel ft Stms, *Vi No. Main . « and i<H Broad 
si iter W ilii in s. 2H We«tinhtt>ter Arnold, linker & Miller. 354 and 2S0 
Smith A D. & Co. CoUcge, e. South High 

Water Hill li. A. 195 Hk'li 

Smith CM. ft W. 8. 2 South Water llufchins «.. A C. P. 133 and WS 
smith H. E. & Co. 2? Custom House VV«»**niinster 

Ktreet. r..., m 1 Hutelihis T. M. ^2 and 94 >•■. Main 

A. .v w. Maauf. Co. 3 I'i- \|Ai.no\ A.J. k CO. 2W and 213 

^1 Ki^ul 



ibauge pla 



Br- 



CnOCKKRY, GLASS, ETC.— DRAIN LAYERS. 



Noot M. 09 Westminster 
CAWYEK THOMAS, Jb. 1045 High 

Tucker Juinos. 79 Westminster 
Warren A Wood, 289 Westminster 
Whifnker C. Karl.-, IH No. Main 
Wilford Thomas, 220 No. Main 

Curtain Fixtures. 

CAKG1LL CHARLES, 495 and 197 
Hi«h 
T?A8TON JAMES J. .'*$ Westmln- 
-"- J ster, (see pnjro 2">4) 
OAWYER THOMAS, Jk. 104. r # High 

Cushion Manufacturer. 

TTARDON HENRY, 140 So. Main, 
■*■*■ (see pa ice 2.">4) 

Cutlery Manufacturers 

and Dealers. 

Cobb Jos. H. (repairer), 13 Waterm'n 

MCKENZIE ANDREW W. 9 Ran- 
dall, (see pafTP 204) 
Ruff Charles A. 50 Dorrance 
6chmid John M. A Hon, 174 Westm'r 

Dancing Academies. 

GREENE WM. E. 28 North Main, 

v* (we pa K « 27.'$) 

Spink. Samuel 1>. &. Son, 25 Westm'r 

Dentists. 

Ames George II. 17 Mathewson 
Barker William, 283 Westminster 
Borden S. M. & Co. 128 Westminster 
Bridge W. W. .'?•« Westminster 
Buckland L. L. 140 Westminster ; 

Rudlonjr William D. 21*) Westminster 
Church W. P. 200 Westminster 
DeChevrey, Louis, 202 High 
Eddy F. G. 373 Hiprh 
Eldridge Joseph, 829 E Idy 
Eld rid pe Moses 8. ,51 Dorrance 
Gav F. A. 17°> Westminster 
Gray Churl.* H. 171 Westminster 
Hawes A. B. 88 Westminster . 

Iugraham Ira, ".(5 Lawrence 
Johnson C. B. ISO North Main 
Kir'ev A. T. 249 1-2 Westminster 
Marshall II. F. li">4 Westminster 
Mead William B. 24'.t Westminster 
Metcalf Charles T, 172 Westminster 
Porter W. D. 219 Westminster 
Seabvry Frederick N. N.S Westmin'r 
Sh.tttu.k L. P. 202 Westminster 
Small M W. A E. I\ UL Westminster, 

room 19 
Simmons Martin Z. 232 Westminster 
SPENCER H. C. 275 High, I see last 
° white page) 

Thompson T. D 25-1 Westminster 
Thornton Jonathan T. ISO Uroad 
Thornton Willi. im If. 48 Mathewson 
Thurber George J. 310 North Main 
Tilllughast W. II. 2-JI Westminster 
Tmker George I . 'J14 Broad 
Whitaker N B. 282 Westminster 



Dentists' Mat* rials. 

Smith Andrew J. 9-1 Westminster 

Deposit Vault. 

IC. I. Safe Uepo.it Co. 47 Westmin'r 

Designers. 

Hampton J. H. 07 Friendship 
JJOWLER C1IAKLES, 49 Pock 

1ZRANZ L. 6 Abbott Park place, 
1V (see p*pe L'.'»2) 
\COKLoi K A BAYER, 102 to 100 
^' J - Dorrance, (see pegs 2"»4) 

Diamonds. 

pAHOONE, ALEXANDER & CO. 

I*-' 129 Westminster 

Die Sinkers. 

Beyerle Charles. 209 Bino 
pHAKNLEV JAMES A. 131 Dor-' 
^ ranee, (see pape Z31) 
Dillenberger (iustav ('. 4<> Bajce 
HauK Charles .t Co. 69 ClitrorJ 
;T7"RANZ L. Abbott Park place, 
: iV (see page 252) i 

Mvers A. J. 131 Dorrance 
Retnlinger Jacob, 1«» Papjo 
Remlingcr John C. .''. 1-2 Mathewson 
Searle T. A. Abbott Bark place 
Swan S. B. ,'*"> I'asre 
Vale Isaiah. 14.1 Bine 
Vester A. & Bros. t.7 Friendship 
Walsham Josiah, 25 Potter 
WiUeniin Louis A. 203 Eddy 

Door Plates. 

PENSON JOHN B. 442 No. Main, 

u (see i>a ere 271) 

REYNOLDS E. ft CO. 3 Wevbosset, 

AV (.seepafrel'7.S) 

WALLACE (.. A. & CO. 9 Wevbos- 

>v set. (see page 200) 
WHITE A. A. 3 Wevbosset. .(see 

'» page 259) 

Doors, Sash and lUinds. 

Arnold Stephen C. 2.1 Hi^'h, and 9 
and 11 Dean 
ARNOLD & McGOWAN, Ex- 
■*•*■ change place, (see pa^-e 270) 

DOD<;E J. C. A SON, 450 South 
Main 
Hawkins Amos M. A Co. 170 Wash- 
ington 
Josliu L. F. A Son, 431 Broad 
<JWEET D- D. A CO. Jo Eddy 

Thornton William E. 9 and 13 Bicfc'd 
Vaughn Lorenzo i. Co. ."-So High 

Drain Layers. 
Blarkmar J. A. 14 Fuller 

Read J. Frank, ortiee, Mechanics Kx- 
change 



DRAIN PIPE — DRESSMAKERS. 



Drain Pipe. 

PROW ARTIFICIAL STOKE AM) 
DRAIN PIPE WORKd t 763 No. 

R. 



rk, (sco «pagc 



Htnuh, l 

a>u 

I>rain Tile. 

PIIOV. ARTIFICIAL STONE AND 
DRAIN PIPE WORKS, 765 No. 

Main, (ace page 241) 
Draughtsmen. 

J*ower« S. W. 140 Canal 

Jones Edion S. (patent;, 164 West- 

minster 
Remingtun George II. 173 Westmina'r 
(21IEDD St SAWYER, 65 Westutia- 
^ iter, (»ee page 297) 

SHELDON F. I*. yl Westminster, 
(see page 268) 

Dressmaker*. 

Alexander Snr«li Miss, 3 Angel! ct. ! 
Alvcrson Mary K. Mrs. I'll Dean 
Armstrong L. E. Mrs. 4-% Dean \ 

Ash Mary A. Mrs. 158 Benefit 
Asbworth Robert Mrs. 1014 High | 
Austin Cvnthis, 7 Seekell 
Baker & Paris, Misses, 249 1-2 West- 
minster 
Barber Millia Mis*, 281 High 

| Beckwith Mary Miss, 215 High 
Bernard Annie Mrs. 313 Westminster 

; Bixby E. A. Mr*. Sayles, near Plain 

, Bnggs E. F. 108 Westminster 
Black Saruh S. 102 Williams 
Blundt 11 Mary E. Prairie ave. near 

; Dudley 

■ Braekett Byron M. Mrs. 262 West- 
| minster 

Bucklin Ruth A. 30 Potter's avenue 

Burrows M. J. 107 Oxford 

Carlson L. M. Mrs. 262 Westminster, 

Chace Isabella F. 21 Aborn 

Chace Win. W. Mrs. Atwell's ave. 
opp. Manton ave. 

Church E. B. Mrs. r©ar5G Messer 

Clarke Kate E. Miss. 1067 High 

Cooper II. M. M Charles 

Cook Florence M. It Meeting 
, Crocker M. c. Mrs. JHJ Carpenter 

Crouk James H. Mrs. 83 Crury 
J Dau forth Julia, Lemon 

■ Drennen Mary A. 217 Westminster 
Desraarais Mary E. Mrs. ">l Spruce 
Dexter Mary A. Mr.. 15 Meeting 
Dexter Nettie 8. V, Thurbers lane 
Donahue 1. T. 7 B 

Doyle Catharine, 31 Transit 

: Doyle Lucy, 190 Charles 

I Drake W. R. Mrs. 14" Pond 
Dreese Jennie, Is Cranston 
Daffy Patrick Mrs. 104 Point 
Ellis A. A. Mrs. 235 Westminster 
Etleeck Addie L. 130 Pearl 
tales Mary J. 20 Thayer 



Field Emma S. 419 Broad 

Kiehl s. ir ut> It, Sayles, C. S-arlea 

Flvun E. M. Miss, 125 p.-nerit 

Foley Kate Mi**, 38 Appletoa 

Geer Sarah s. ft) Arcade 

Giddttifffl 11. O. 13 N**h lane 

Goodall Annie M. 3ir*. ltfj Thayer 

Hall F. J. 170 Thayer 

lla.nl.lv M. K. Miss. 90 Federal 

Hunger Mary A. 136 Benefit 

Hayes Mary Mn. Benefit, op. Sheldon 

Heniweuwav A. C. Mrs. 213 Friend-, 

ship 
Hobart K. M. Mra. 06 Arcade 
Hubbs A. K. Mm. 180 Broad 
Hopkins Nathaniel "Mrs. 52 Olney 
Howard II. Mrs. 7 Haymarket 
Hughe* M. A. Miss. 7 Hoppln Home- 
stead Building 
Johuson Mary E. MiȤ, 171 Cranston ; 
Jones Mary. 8 Benefit 
Keli-v Ellen E. l'>4 North Main 
Kimball M. D. Mrs. :',l Arcade 
Kirwin Julia Miss. 3 Florence 
Kuowiton 4 Co. 61 Manton are. 
LittknVld Ellen M. 3 Walnut 
MacPhail Lizzie Mi*s, 40 Jackson 
Martin Marv A. £5 High 
Marah Delia Mrs. . r >;;7 High 
McCurmick M. T. Miss, 8 Burrill 
McDowell Jane, 48 Cranston 
McDonald Marv Mias, 7 Fenner 
Met Ice Ellen, 33 Manton avenue 
McCirr liosc, :?, Sabi-i 
McGuire Bell Miss, 20 Delaine 

a Ellen Miss, '.*) Broadway 



calf Annie M. 



t Ed.l 



Murphy Mary J. .'.4 Smith 
Nolan Catherine, 4 Tremottt 
Noon Maria Miss. 61 Charles 
Nye C. L. Mrs. 21*7 Onus 
Parker C. 1). Mra. 199 Westminster 
Pa toil Ann. 126 Cranston 
Peck E. S. 9 W inker 
Pernio Clara II Mrs. 17 Dudley 
Perrv R. A. 1 B 
Potter Lvdia A. 17o Cranston 
Kandall Amv A. SJ Cranston 
IJeed B. A. Mrs. 58 Snow 
Remington E. !.. 7o Cranston 
Rhodes Nellie Mrs. •_■*; Somerset 
Richards L. 235 1'rairie avenue 
[Riley Eliza, 68 We,t Hirer 
iSawver M. A. 9 Mathewson 
I Saunders C. E. Mrs. 218 North Main 
Searle Annie M. o7 Fountain 



sC. Ho 



ard. cor. Hill 



shallow Maggie 

Shaw C. E. Mrs. 144 No 

Sherman Marv Mrs. 10 Abbott Park 

place 
Smith Ceiia. 58 Wilson 
Smith 3. J. Mrs. 54 Arcade 
smith W. N. Mrs. .".,4 North Main 
Stedraan Mary A. 358 North Main 
Stetson Marv E. 136 Brook 
Sullivan Lizzie C. 123 Charles 
Sullivan M. B. U»: J Westminster 
Tanner Herbert S. Mrs. 161 Benefit 
rennant Ellen, 12 Abbott Fark place 



DRESS MAKE US— DKY GOOD* 

, .Jiu-on CharU* 
10I1NSO.N ml 
W Kxchnng* 



rm 

•Thompson Maria Miss. L'.'.S No. Main Jillson Charles D. 

Thnrmllkc A . I . M,v 71 Pond |OHNM»N OLIVER k CO. Wtoll 

Thurbcr Abbie C. 2S0 Iligb 

Thurber Kiiimn E. l"t [{roadway 

IThurber II. K. Mr*. 2."»*i Westminster 

iTillinphast J.I.. Miss, 2S3 Weatminat'r Mi 

I Funk M. C.SOOGreeuwii h 

iTurner Kmory II. Mra 66 Lilac 

Walker Nelson Mrs. 52 Mlnev 

, When ton Amanda M. 02 Broadway 
White Minerva L. Miss, 2 1» 



.Wilmarth Li/.7.io K. !'.».$ i'i 
Wing Sarali A. 29 Greenwich 
jWorrall Margaret Mrs. 55 Randall 
Young F. K. ,">4 Dean 

Dress Plait iii£. 



I EWIsS .)> 'UN I>. .1 and 4 Exchange 
L< place. («e«iMgcMl) 

m, Chapin ft Co. ::\ to 37 Canal 
I>1( ■]■:, SI ARKWEATHEB ft Co. 2.'. 
Ai Bach, place, (tea i«r>t back col'd 

page) 
OXOW ft EARLE, B Exchange place 

QWEET J. II. ft' J. B. <W Canal, 
^ (ace page i06O) 

Drug Mills. 

T F.WIS .JOHN 0. 3 nnd 4 Kxch. 



pi! 

Providence I'M' Wood Co. !*2 (anal 
T3ARBER EDMtND B. 76 Arcade- Uidcr \ Vil y uim 1$. :)tv, and :v~ Eddy 

I ^-^ (seo pa"c 2t'rt ) 

Clcpc Johii A'7s High Dry Goods (Wholesale.) 

i? ^t^'TJ I A "rii l7 * 1 v W ^ t ? inBt r r ' / Anthony L. P. ft Co. 30 Exch. place 
.(JOHN NAIIIA.N, 69 Arcade, (see Call ,. nd ;. r , McAualan & Troup, 200 
^ page 272.1 Westminster 

.Winslow George E. 217 Westminster IlamvHli Riehnrds ft Co. 66 and 66 

Druggists. Weybowet 

I Mackce, Edwards ft Co. 227 WestmV 

gAILEY BENJAMIN I). 17 Thayer Tavl „ r , Sytnonds &. Cb.96 Weybosset 

DLANIHNG WILLIAM B. 58 Wev-! Dry Goods (Itettfcil.) 

bosset and tfe and 70 North Main Abrahain M . & ||. m Richmond 
(see front colored pap*) Borden George V lifd lli-h 

QALDEli A. L 163 Westminster; Ur £ wn John A . ttl , Hifrh 

„, < 8e « » )a ^'' : M ' , u Hums James A. 11 and 13 Arcade 

Clatlin George L ft Co. 5b to 6b .>outh ] {rtt< j. ivrrv 10 and I" Ircade 

QLAltKR CHARLES F. 3W CrduJ Ca ^Vj?« "^ **""*' '" 

I ton, (seeing.- 272) Campbell Annie M. IK! Thurbcr's av. 

li.^v.^^V/r'.V,'^- ( , ] i l ,,, , niC> i Carlson L.M. Mrs. 2*12 Westminster 
(IJANDY WILLIAM W 111) Broad. c., rr .j,, un y.c.) and !N):{ Kddy 
'«• i ( V%",," k,) iT ».«, - »«• C'.ark Wait, 4*0 Friendship" 

Hind* ANilham II. IMK) South Mam Cde Fdwird \ ""I Ili'h 

;lIo-jgh 11 C 'U)21i i High (botanic I erane Gi-orp C : :il7At well's Avenue 

Keoyon C. II. ft Bio. o College, (bo- i,,,i, ()11 M . irv A .- )S iJaudal! 



tauic) 



AM»N NOUMAN X.129No.Maia Wam<nid i p ' old| [ 70 Cbartes 

I (>ee page _M») Do R j M & c ^ K) c 

Peekham t;eorge A. ]'.> Peek 
|I>EYNOLI>S WILLIAM K. P-"l 



Ellis Charlei 



L. 17 Arcade 
ixrufge K. 1'.'4 1-2 Crunsto 

tdd >' (seepage2W) :« Excbange pi 

! Dnio;oi > t s Sundries. Gotfft Parmele, 102 Wickendon 

Davol Manufacturing Co. *i Point CJreen .hones, 8B5 Eddy 
Knapp II. & A. M. 21 1 Broad Halton William, 214 llipb 

-J . » • Hanlev I'atri, k F. 2 and 4 Areada 

I Drugs and Dye Stuffs. Hardman James A. Mw. 1U» Atweif 

(Seealta Brokers in Drug*.) avv. 

JULANBING W. 15. W Weybospet, Hastings, H. A. 2 Jeftewon 
. x ' (wboleaale, Ree front cold page) Heap James, 78 lli-l> 
[Burliugame Geo. II 172 Broad lh.ideo Fliza, 417 Broad 

j( vAild.K ALBERT L. 103 West- Hopkins .v Young, rti ».r, ruwi, h 
| Vy minster, (see page 2»54j Hough Alfred, Iftl Mauoo. av«. 

j Chambers, (aider i Co. In Exchange Hughes Edwin, xi Chnlksti ite are. 
! place Jao^es Charles Mra. 317 So. Main 

\i 'ARSIDE JOHN, 50 Westmmster, Jenks ( harl. > 1L 141 1 ran.<ton 
A ' (importer, see page 2«2l . 1. :..•>. I. L. _'2 and 2»; \n,.l. 

IQR1M.SUAW JOHN, 24 Custom Ho. I. old \ Uavis 2 Li and *15 VYesUnr 

Street Leekie James A. 30 Arcade 



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Tlrmlborv Wm. 217 1-3 Westminster 
r Bruckcr P. Ul Custom Union! .t. 
Iluruliam B. It. K7 Weyhoswt 
larpiut.-r Henry <>. 297 High 
[leaser John M.':l S..uih Main 
1'ooku C. M. 1".«> Westminster 
Corcoran & lligney, 31 Canal 
Murrve i;i'n::imin F. 24 & _•'» Orange 
lat.m William II. MS Month Mam 
iKastcrbronfe* W. I!. 51! 1-2 IVnxli'll 
il Km, is.. i, Alexander, l:i Fulton 
HnnrahnuJ. I Exehange pi. 
Harris E. II. SU7 Broad 
Hopkins II. A. "><; Peck 
j IQPKINS & SEARS, 8 Cnnnl and 
1 ] 14 North Main, i >,-.- opp. p. 149) 
Morton A*M, I4«i Uichumnd 
.la- pics N.ia.-. 14 Mtrk.-t >.p 
r Jenne F. E. «U North Main 
Joidin J. C. KJ Broad 
Weissman Bros. Hi* Charles Lee «... W. Mrs. 91 South Main 

Young John P. l'JS & 1:00 Wickrndcii Maxfield IKrain l». -V. Kddy 

,. M.Kav Hugh, "12 North Main 

Uyers. Moulton A. A. 42 !', ek 

(See <v*o flnf Bleachers.) Mfyer* William F. 40 Exchange pL 

Beauzard Ellis C. Mrs til* Richmond iVnh'iloV.l' *' IhVb^'oMVcvl.oSset 
Boston Dvc lions.-. \*j Westminster ,, i '«.,»«».. l» rr Hi <l, ' 

^hANRUN DYE ™>L\SE, Wm. t^H.rsonlt.Tl. 1 ^NVafil lane 

Davidson prop. M Muthewbon, , Vtti . l{(( , K . rt> g :m( , ; ^^ and g 

College 
Phillip.-* Chas. TV. Porrancc. c. Phaa 
Pierce s. il. Mrs. pi Wickenden 

Potter G. W. S. S> Wrvl 't 

Powers A. W., apcent, •"•11 lli*rli 
Kamlall Sq. I.un, h l»ux, 1 41 Uharlea 

cuui' 1 u,:im.>,..i, .u. .!!!.■« -on |.> .,,.;„„.„., \^ il 70", lli'il 

r£t'KKE\ Il«D IJYEl.NG Co. Wil- Sl . ll1 , !i ; 4 & VonVreii:,tt."wW«rtm> 
- 1 - cox ijiuWinsj. room ,l' N Post Oi- S h.ittu«-k S. T. 7i' South Water 

fico Box S.J, ^>ec pa^Ti.' 'It i ) 

I>ye AVoods an<l I>ve 
Stints. 

{See also Drugs aiul Dye. StujTs, also 
Dru</gi.<t*\\ 

Chambers, CalderA Go. 10 Bxch. pi. s,lttu " 

nAHSIDE JOHN', oo Weatui' 

v ' (sec pajre 3$i) owl,, » n «' iwriw a. « uyw 

r;ruM.-iiA\v joiiy, 24 custom |? ll v ,r 1 - K „ 4,I, . U '- ! 1 ', „. 

■^ House st leelian M. F Mrs. ..1 1 W estmmstt 

rOUNSOX ol.n'FJl i CO. IS to 19 Tillmghast S. W. 9 Market so,. 
" Exchange Whipple a. L. 104 Westminster 

i T EW1.S JOHN D. Sand 4 Exch. pi. Wilhur C. I>. Kailroa.l Hepitt 
Li (>eo pa-e iV.'.n Williams Thomas I). 27 S So. Main 

}>Km:. SfARKWEATHER i CO. w ^«*is C. C. 3J5 So. Maiu 
S3 Exchange pi. (see tir>t back ,. ,, . L 

adored page) EgTR l'.rit els. 

Ri^h-r William B WS i 367 Eddy Mooney i Allen, 07 Frientkhip 
V^NOW j, EARLE, S Exchange pi 



(aeej . 
George Hros. 1.10 liruai 
Melvin Chirh-s T. ti li 
Nowcomli <^. W. L'lil H 



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gillies.* 

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S»% cct S. S. lo to 22 Charles 
l£atiifcg Houses. 

Aldrich Cyrus II. 2 and Page 
Ames (h'ursrc r. tf VVe*tininsfer 
Arnold W. E. 12 We> l.ns>et 
Nniard William II II i -J Eddv 
«* ■ iinau A. r. 7 Mathewso»» 



Klectrlc and Telegraphic 
1 1 » ^.t j nmeiits. 

Brorm Reginald C. \^ Friendship 
pLARKE L<1l"IS vv. 'jl Westuun- 

^' sr.r. ;se ■> page 299) 

Electric Kn«yineer. 

pLARKK. T..»riS W 9] W.-tmin- 
v srer. (sec pair.' 1J99) 



166 ELECTRO PLATERS— ENGRAVERS. 

Electro Plater*. |c<?«in?»f q«d j. H. j* Peg* 

(See also Silot 



page 2*1) 

Ellemsn .Tames. '.I .Vathcwsnn 
Lewis William ! . <\7 Friendship 



! LWCKI.SIuu ENAMEL WORKS, 
Plater*.) 1 li •&& Eddy, l-.- page -.'74) 

Bro\m II. K. 191 Eddy Haunt <;. W 'ft II. .1 IAS IV>inl 

OALLAGHAN JAME8, 2C Potter. i George Frei li ri< k. 25 P»fter 
^ . see natre 2*1) U ICOINS M. JOSEPH, 288 Eddy, 

11 (seepage^) 
Luther Jtdin i\ »;7 Horrnnrc 

-ta "pape" [Price Richard, »W line 

I. NICKEL PLATING WORKS, OKl'CE K. ft P. J. 71 Clifford, (tee 

28 1-'-' Potter, II. Pinkham, kJ page 2Ti21 
manajriT, (*ec page '-MS) Stow L. 3H*i fountain 

Sturdy GeoTge J. * Co. 2<>9 Pino WHITEIIOPSK JAMES G. 136 

Sturdv Joseph E. 190 Eddy I >T Pi"*. <-'*•• P**f* -•'-">> 

YOl'N<i MATTHEW* CO. 131 j Wild Samuel 8. 199 Eddy 
-*- Don-ance, 4th Moor 



li. 1 



Enatn*»l Manufacturer. 

Elevators. j \r Jnrr.Horsr. JAMES g. 136 

TVf ASON V.W. <fc CO. rear 4U"» HifAiJ Vinv t (««* P a S« -"'■ ; ) 

1U (see colored leaf 6pp. page 144) Engine lluilflers. 

Elllbalmers. {See steam Engine,.) 

TTMERSON II. S. 133 Pino, (see Kngine Turners. 

± - J pasro 279) | ** 

KN< >WLE8 HORACE If. 95, 97 and Allen (loo. W. II. fi Abbott Park pi. 
90 North Main, (see page 245) . Howard S*-th F, 44 Page 

Embossing Presses. ^^Z^cSSS^ 
K"a2S, ( ™™ft«? W "*- Engineers & Contractor* 



REYNOLDS E. & CO.SWeyb 

11 (aee pa*e 27SJ 

WHITE A. A. 3 Weybossct, (sec 

'' pa pre 259) 

Embroidery Stampers. 

Hsmer William ft M. 217 Hi«rh 
XI EYWOETH J. A. MRS. 144 North 
-*--*- Main, (see pape 272; 
Kent M. W. 194 Brook 
Murray William & Co. L'>2 Westmin- 
ster 

Emery "Wheels. 
Diamond Emery Wh 



WOOD ft WINSOR, 11*2 Borrance 

Engineers* Supplies. 

pRUICKSHANK GEO. M. A CO. 

^ '>.C> Dyer 

Engravers. 

Dabrock George W. Ill Broad, (cop- 
per plate) 
BENSON JOHN B. 442 North Main, 
(see pare 271) 
pHARNLEY JAMES A. 131 Dor- 
flnd Machine ^ ranee, f steel, see pape 2! 



Farmer, Livermore A I'o. 17 Ci 

House street, rin. 17. (steel plate) 
Godfrey Andrew. W9 Pine, (metal) 
GntbeCliaa.W.81 Friendship, (metal) 
Hancock John. ir. 'J»»'.» Pine 
Hidalgo &. Son, 4h* Page 
LJOPE & CO. 142 Cove, ffbf calico 



Co. 20 Clitlord 

Emigrant Agents. 

Cox Francis, 240 Dyer 
Leete G. F. 72 Westminster 
O'Dohertv Wm. .1. 251 Broad 
Tally Patrick, 358 Westminster 

Employment Offices, 

Creig-hton J. A. fil South Main 

Harden C. W. 199 Westminster 

Keith M. I». ,V.* Hi irh 

Merriil ft Co. S>* Westminster 

Osborii A, Co. (IS Arcade 

Providence Employment Agency, 135 M.Knicht .1. w. 17* V,},\v 

Broad MornH.t. K. 235 Westminster, (metal) 

Provid< nee Employment Society,288 Pabodie Charles A. (letter and card), 

Westminster vy, Westminster 

Wbirtier Mary Mrs. 87 Westminster Pa'rkhtmd Daniel 8. 17*i Broad. 
Kniimelers. 

American Enamel Co. Charh 
Owmweil. trean. i; Warren 



up. «ee page 274) 
Jenks R. W. A Son. Jfc) Westminster, 

(metal) 
TTELLUGG, PRINTER, 19 Weat- 
| ■*■ minster, (see pape BUi») 
Lather Edward C. 1<> Westminster, 



* M 



ENGRAVERS— FIHK ENGINE HOSE. 



167 



Stnhi C. A. jr. 186 Tine. (metal) j.Miirr.iv William ft Co. l.-,L> W.«trn'r 

Thompson John C. ]}KJ Westminster. l\'i. k.rson II. I>. 212 Westminster 
(wood) Palmer J. 11.9, l.i ui»l M> Arcade 

Van N'ortwlrk G. W. KM ISiMv Potter Wm. K. 218 Westminster 

Vision William s. :; VVeybosset, Remliuger W. Mr*. .'56 Sutton 

(metal) j Richtmm Jacob. !« Westminster 

Willi* Thoa. 94 Friendship, f metal) Tilllughast ft Maaon .News Co. 11 
Wood James K. 1 Willow place, WcstwinHtfr 

(steel roll; iTint Louis Mm. ft Sou. US Westm'f 

Todd .J. X. 14 Arcade 
(.'alter Surah K. 3 Arcade 
1 JOI'E A CO. 162 Cove, (see page, Watt Harriet B. & Co. £14 Benefit 

Farming Tools. 



Engravers' Supplies. 



w 



Engraving's. 

ATERMAX F. A. 267 Westmin- 
ster 

Explosives. 



BARRETT W. r. ft CO. 41 Carta!, 
(are front colore*! page) 
pAINE .J. If. & M. l.f. & 199 Cran- 
i "ton. I tiatruSM) 



explosives. WEAVER GEORGE E 

GRISWOLD II. I), agent, S Custom ***«*■ (•*• i"^' 1 ** 

Ho 



Duse st. nn. 12, ( 

Expresses. 

Adams Express Co. to all points 
V. 8. and Canada, Doramce, c 
Broad 

Baltimore Express Co. SO Exch. pi. 

Earle Express Co. Dorrancc, corn 
Broad 



Feather Innovator. 

tiki: 

lJ (sC 



T?AKLE A FREW'S, 62 Eddy, and 
** 222 Devonshire, Boston, to al! 

parts of the world, (see p. 267) 
New Express Co. /id Exchange pi. 
Pawtucket- -Chickening A Miller, 22 

Westminster 
Taunton and X. Bedford, Dorranee. 

cor. Broad 

Eyelet Manufacturers. 

OTAR EYELET CO. G7 Friendship, 

V (see pajre 248) 

Union Eyelet Co. Borden, n. Clny 

Fancy Goods. 

Angell S. E. Miss, Carpenter, June. 



KE HORACE, 14 und 16 Maple, 
see page 276) 

>r - Feathers* 

I \ XTIIOXV. COWELL A CO. 199 
*» and 261 Broad 
or VfAfiOON A. J. ft CO. 216 and 218 



] Anthony L. D. A Co. (wholesale), 30 
I Exchange pi. 

Bower. William, 20 Arcade 
i C happell E. R. A Co. 72 Arcade, 

(jobbers) 
I Davison S. B. 2o\S Westminster 

Devon Frederick A. .1 Arcade 
I Dodge r. p. 166 Westminster 
1 Dyson Lizzie E. 3*J Charles 
, Famsworth Surah J. 62 Chestnut 

i Ilalliwell Thomas. I'll Atwells ave. Providence File Works. 17o I 
, Halton William. L'14 (li.-h Thatcher John H. '»4 Friendship 

llamer William A M. °!7 Ilitrh Fire Dent Snonlii'S 

IENTKS C. W. A BKO. -'s7 Broad.j ' J,e 1,ent * >»»>!»»««- 
i'' (importers! I ALLEN FIRE DEPT. SCPPLY CO. 



CAWVKK THOMAS, Jr. IMS Hiprt 

2WEEXEY WILLIAM, opp. vA 
k -' Canal, (st-e cold pare. Opp. p. 48) 

Feather Dressers. 

VfoKERXESS A GOFLD, 269 

JJ - Westminster, (see pope 269) 

Feather Trimmings. | 

\fcKERNESS & GOULD, 263 
*■*■*■ Westm'r, (dressers, see p. 2<'0,p 

Fertilizers. 

Brown Edward W, 2*' So. Water 
.Tenches I). C 4S So. Water 
Johnson Hamlin. 2 Exchange place 

File manufacturers. 

Burroughs E. II. r.-nr 78 Ocean 
Chatterton <„>o. 2". Randall 
OEXXER FUAXK, 161 Lock-rood, 

L (see page 278) 
V E. FILE CO. 161 Lock wood 
>• (see page 278) 
Nicholson File Co. W. T. Nicholson, 
and spent. 1 IS A-nrn 



Jones Sarah E. lit High 

Lewis F. A Co. 197 W» stmfnster 

Macleod, 11. Mr*. 872 Hifrh 

M .tli.uson C. M. Mrs. 7 81 Hisrh 
Mi.* ley Bessie Mra. 719 No. M.«iiA 
Murraj , Spink Jt «.'o. 28 line, I w h< 



IC7 to 171 E.hlv. , 
<Il. I. Coitpling Co. oO & :I2 Mid. lie 

Fire Ku.^ine Hose. 

A Ll.E.N FIRE DEPT. SFPPLYCO. 
- ^ 167, 16U .uui 17! Eddy, ( *ee page 



1»»S FIR1 ENGINE HOSE 

HCRGESS A.* Son. |i(|M \ M . M „ iMi 
brum i, office, UU We} boaset, (see 

Fire Fseape Italconies 
and Ladders. 

j'rOWER J. 11. Friendship, c . Pape 

Fire Works. 

Iff ILL OLIX, 7* Wevhoseet, face 

Fish Dealers* 
Adams J. Q. 1042 High 
Cartlett Lewis, ."Jo Washington 
Hates Gen. II. & Sou, Central, c. C 
Bently ISuuitiaou. UBAlweU'e ave. 
( olu James, 3>1 ( haries 
Collins Hugh V. 24 Wiekenden 
Cook !•:. A. & Co. 4.'. So. Water 
( oria Ik'itrv. :'/. East ' 

Dewing & Mooh.11. 24 Exchnunepl 
Dixon Geo. P. \ Co. BM Cranston 
IHxoii .lames, i.". South Water 
I»oa«e A. S. & Co. 12 Cranston 
Emerson Clinton, ::ro Cranston 
Estcs Savhs A. IttttlmrUn 
Ford Ue..r-e IV. Itt J. ,1m 
Freeman W. II. 71 Uichmond 
Fuller .lames, s:;l iiidv 
Geer& Co. If*5 High 
Nail Thomas 47 1 r;.ry 
Harding C F. -T:; AtwelFs ave. 
Hastings John «i. II » No. Main 
1 loilses George J. •*>•*» ! North Main 
Hopkins Horace, 47">2 4 



-FLOUR A Gil UN. 



Ho 



.Vc Ci 



41 Hi 



Ktcere Joshua II. 4»d Pine 

Stone c. & Co. I."i7 Canal 

St. mm- Lorenzo, L'4 Haltey 

Stone lla ymuml, :iM Cotter's ave. 

I..vi..r & Hun. »1 lloapitnl 

I 'p'tiam Edwin, J.'. Wa«hington 

Watson William p. 77 Hospital 

Wftherell William W. K12 Eddy 

Wheeler Edwin IV. -'11 Broad " 

Willis F. I). SH Cranston 

Fishing Tackle. 
COPE C. 1". 33 Weybosset (sec 
A inured) 

! ioretice Oil Stoves, 
Uriewolcl J. I. v man, <!7 Arcade 
Florists. 

Butcher William. Voumr Orehard ave. 
/ -AIKNS HENRY. 6 Lloyd, (»vv last 

Kj white [.Mire/ 

Chirk E. D.. Front, opp. CMd Ladies 
Home 

Cole & Hazard, fMO Train'. • ave. 

Corp Zelotes It. .'KHi Cranston 

Dexter Andrew .J. 14 Brighton 

Dyer William H. order box 'M West- 
minster 

Fairhrother F. A. Jfc Son, 1119 T.ddv, 
andS7 South 

Gnugh Joseph Branch avenue, corner 
Chatham 

Haunay Thomas. Dovle avenue cor. 
Camp 

Hogg Kobert, Us Broadway 
||U<;<; W. S. 17d Benefit, corner 
: l f Meeting, (see front cold puge) 

Johnston Kobert, Perry place. Swan 



Jencks Lvman, 174 Smitti 
Kingsburv Daniel S. 7V, North Main 
Kuiu'ht William. l.HJThurber's ave. 
Lane Dennis. 184 South Main 
Macomber J. D. 7d Dean 
Manwarintr J. N. £12 Greenwich 
Mathews Joseph <.. ai F.xrh. place 
M.t.arvev Alexander, Hope corner 

Wiekenden 
MeKenna. C. E. 2Sl Broad 
Midwood II. 01 Bumside (Finnan 

haddles) 
MuiuCord Benianiiu. .'>'■> Superior 
Newcomb John V. .Wl Hifrh 
PageW. E. ir. 101 Prairiu ave. 
Perkins II. p. Hd Prairie ave. 
Perry John B. 47"i High 
Cotter William B. IUKI Hisrh 
Purvi-re Washington C. !."> Wick- 

endon 
Richards William, 17s Broad 
Btissi !! Sathud i: L"J Clwvtriek 
Simmons vv Bart kit. Id Tkurbers 

Klocnm II. .ratio N. W Friendship 
Smith Charles t'. »d North Main 
Speue.r William J. Gmio, near pit- 
man 
Spraguc A. <;. ngt. il'i Charles 



\lcXACGHTOX Walter. Greenwich 
*} eor.Comrresa,(seeopp.page48) 

Nlsbet John A. loll Hope 

/I'CONNOK riMOTHV, Thayer, 

V/ June. Hope, ,„..,. p. isr ,. lH-J) 

O'Connor T. 2nd, 22fi Benefit 

Parker Quincy, (>;; Davis 

Seymour Manuel C Camp cor. Doyle 
avenue 

CWKKNHV MICHAEL, Broad cor. 

1° Pine, (Kee pape 2iM) 

Walnut Grove Co. Karquliar Macrea, 
supt., off" Smith, near City lino 

Wilcox Moses, 62 Dorranae,' and Da- 
vis >•■ Smith 

Wright Charles, 8 Franklin 

Flour iiiid Grain. 

Adams Brothers. .V; South Watee 
Andnws S. D. I4S Dyer 
Angel] \ Barm v, id Canal 

IjAKEB GkoKGE T. .<: CO. 54 and 

l) .-,.-, Si.uth Water 
Ifcinli'ii v k.-.p. i-.' Exchange place 
Burlington ,v Greene, Sj Custom 
House st. 



FLOUR A: GRAIN— FURNITURE. 

>LI\\ 7S W.vl 



1C9 

set, (*CV 



IT" 

11 "PP- I""-" IUJ 

Kclton Ihoid II. ft Co. 53 and i 

( anal 
Ki tiv.-ii Kan-om, .".7 High 
Luther Il/.m. Jfl."j Broad 
it. -t«n J. II. A Co. (wholesale) 1 



CooneyJohn P. 144 Caual 
Dcv, Sous ^ Co. KM Uvor 
Goodwin ft Alleii, 1*1 Oyer 
UOKTON II. H. OU I South Water 

Manchester R. V.iK High 

McCrillis, Harris ft Co. Ii Exeh. ph 

M-.wrv- harwin It. ( anal, -it. Smith Oyer 

pAltsoXs HKXRY I.. lim and 102 Pre»tou k Brown, 22 and 24 Pine 

1 Uver. (are page 2X2) Ruv Chariot A. .">J Over 

Pearce' S. W. .v> Suutli Water Hiplev * Gilbert, iii u ey bowl 

Peckham, Ralph & ( n; 81 l>ver QWEET & AB.\uL!»." 96 and 97 

Purkis& Bavin, m and SM s... Water * Canal, (see p»ge 2»!6l 

Razee s. W. & Sou, ,3 Custom House Wilbur I>. M. 322 Xortli Main 

street, room 42 Witeux II. N". 84 Weybosnet 

RoWnaonf Bertram, \M fa. Water riuju , ces atM , Ranges. 
Roger \\ Elliams I lour Mills, 18 bubiu . " 

Soutlrwick o. W. {) Calender l dt ** " ls0 *<" re *> **') 

Sprague 8. 8. & Co. 144 Uwr IAIXE3 EU8UA .f. 217 and 21'j 

UWEET J. II. ,v J. B."68 Canal, " South Main, (see page 2a5) 
° (seepage 2S6) jALLEXSOX J. & J. 9 steeple. 

Flour Mills. 



Bayside Flour Mill, 2 

cor. Point 
Roger Williams Flour Mills, E. F. 

Curtis, prop. IS 8a bin 

Flower Preservers. 

Beckwith If. Miss, 2I.1 Hitrh 
Cutler X. M. Miss, IdHoppin Home- 
9tead building 

Flower Seeds. 



(sec page 
Burdirk Bros. ! 
Riehmond, I, LXXKU WILLIAM II. ft C( 



and i.ll tin 

cover) 
Freeman II. A. h'A> Eddy 
QAWYEK THOMAS, Jit. 1042 High 

rPHOMrsOX IV. 13. 388 High 

Furniture Dealers and 
Manufacturers. 

Cabinet V, 



"DEYX0LBS WILLIAM K. 354 {See ut*Q Lulnuct J/akers.) 

11 friendship (see page263) i A'XTHIVXY, COWELL ft CO. 199 

■wjtfi, v». ....„,.». and 1501 Broad 

* ly I ripei . Arnold, Buker ft Miller, 254 and 236 



StaynerT. B. & Co. OS Westminster High 



Miller Alfred J. 1K4 Over Cory Edward ft Co. 2.'»2 Westminster 

Moore J. A. 2<tl Wa*lungtoii((aeings) H'-iummi ft Shan-. 17.1 Westminster 

„ -^ Kith-Id W. s. 47 Canal 

Free Stone. Fit/.patrick J. B. !.k; High 

T?ALT J. P. ft CO. foot of South, Flint & Co. 1:52 Br.»a«I 

l st-c Dure '*'8) iurlong Ihoma-, W, to L.'IX. Mam 

«. " «» - x Gardiner T. J. jr. 383 High, (second 

Fresco Painters, hand) 

iSee Painters Fr^rt, \ GillPtt ft Bragg. 14KHigh 

(«ee ^tenters, Fresco.) r A RlH>X HEX BY. 14-) South Main, 

r notion Clutch Maimfs. iL r second hand, see page 2."»4j 

\f ASQX VOLXEY W. ,fe CO. La- " rtrri , s ^ il ,l ia,n -.!u'\v" ,,h Mai " 

* U tavette r 4»>.-| Hidi (se<-oi>n lowland Br»». :»K» 1\ eatniiuster 

u-i'-e nil' ' ^* '.Lewis Thomas B. 16 Randall 

..;~. ; \|A(.ooN A. J. i. CO. 216 aad 318 



Fringing; Machine. 

Philips w. v. 129 Dorrance 
Fruit Dealers. 

{See a!*o Confection-/-*. 
Andrevraft Place, (wholesale), 3 and B 



M-' 

VIOULOCK .t BAYER, 1<»:!. HH and 
• >l iHi l»orrame. (see |>n:,-t '_'.*» 1) 
Potter ft ( 



l::7 We^tiui 
v. Furniture Co. I.N'.l to IV, Broad 
tond <c Piatt. 23 X.-rih Main 
rtl Wni. .1. & Co. 3HWa>hiii|rton 
SJAWYEH fUOMAS, ir. l"l.". High 



Bripg^ Etlwhi A. 1(18 Wevboai 

('Hack. GEOBUE A ";7.. West- Slorum Fi-ank X. .S»5» Broatl 

v - minster, Lneepag.- 27-1 Smith Daniel. 98! High 

' • »pp Sc King, It and 13 Wevhossrt Sullirau .v Kitchen, 1 571 We<ti 



FURNITURE — OLA»8 



Thurston B. M. 121 Dorra 
Weaver, Ware A 
Wilson Thomas K .^it it. 



21 Dorrance llTANNF.YAt MII.I.I'.U, 295 Broad. 

Co. < rarv, c. Marv I A L (wr pagf :*M ) 

<;. IT:. Bddy 



Furniture Movers. 

Rrnphy John, 1 Colfua 
Gage Bohnnon, .'I'll Fountain 
Cannon John, 922 High 

llitprtiu John. .•';•, .\!i-Ki<i:ii:i 

Hopkins Patrick, 38 liowdoin 
Kelly P. 21 Althea 
Mason F. A. Beacon, corner Frank 
McCain? James. 171' l»can 
McGinn .John. 15 IJorden 
McLaughlin John, 892 High 
M.-Manus I'atru k, 251 Smith 
Milieu Joseph 1'. 131 Carpenter 
Randall L. ft. & Son. *IG Eddy 
Smith Daniel, 982 High 
Vance Matthew, 24 onus 
WalMh John s. Milk, cor. Rogman 
Walsh William, Is Lavaughn 
Fur Repairers. 

A1 cKEKNESS & GOULD, 262West 
;>1 minster, (nee page 2»',<n 

Seelen F. K. Mrs. Km South Muin 
Trowbridge Sarah D. S4 Ship 

Gaines. 

"DON TON* GAME, J. Brown, 291 
■*-' Broad, (see page 25U) 
Gardeners. 
Butcher William, Young Orchard av 



Heath Willia 

K.nn-.n L. V 

Law Charles, 1:1 MhIIiowhoii 

Pearce Charles, 7s Wickenden 

pEAKCE K. A. & CO. 293 Broad, 
I ' (set- page 298) 

DROV. STEAM * GAS PIPE CO. 
! L Fine. cor. Eddv 
lltuth Henry, C,7 So. Main 

Snow A. R. 222 Pine 

npHOMPSOS vv. it. 388 High 

| lyOOD & WIXSOH, 122 DorrancJ 

Gas Stoves. 
Provider* 



lb* 
Shirle; 



m I 



fins Rurner Co. 10 Page 
Store c,,. 2K1 Eddy 
John K. '.si Fine 

. Gangers. 

Farmer Edward G. (U. S.) Custom 

House st. room 10 
[Parmer Zachariaa C. (city) 27 Cus- 
| tom House st. 

: Sherman Robert (city), 27 Custom 
j House st. 

Gents' Furnish'g Goods. 

Allen James U. 245 Westminster 

Balcom F. C. 47 Durrance 

Mutts John W., .Tr. r, Westminster 

Kii-«s Si Crown, lOGtl High 

Kliibree & VaReau, 6.1 Westminster I 
Co. 149 High 
■won, 153 Westm'f 

Kellv James H. 21fi No. Main 



PAINS hfnkv, 6 Lloyd, (see last ££• ?J a i 

Kj vhitefwgc) jhttlmger M. & 

Hogg Ro »ert, V,X Rroadwny ' E^ h i ™7*S ,„ 

TIOCG WALTER S. 173 JJenotit. f'' V J '^ ^> m 

£*. ? R eo front colored na-i*) Krohne, N.lumon. 22 .-so. Mam 

TLfcXAUGHTON WALTER, Crcen- * oor '. J " * ■ « ,\, , ■ L. v -u-r., 

- P T. . ' ._ <r.„-r, V4 \f KJI \.V.. c f.,.i,,«r..r 



O'CONNOR TIMOTHY. Hope, cor. 
Thayer, (see page 283) 
QWEE-NEY MICHAEL, Broad, cor. 
^ Pi no, ( see pa ge 29 I ) 

Gas Fixtures. 



tern M. M. l.V) We 
Webster J. L. 271 Westminster 
Whit comb B. A. 117 Westminster 

Wood D. C. ol Westminster 

Gi'der*. 

Atlantic Manuf. Co. E. F. Phillips, Hinton Geftrge II. 14" Fine 
treasurer, <17 Stewart, (flexible gasiT IXSOX EDWARH, 159 Westmi 
tubing) I »*er, (see front colored page) 

Hutohins (i. 4 C. P. 133 A. 135 West- V OSE 8l M U Westminster, (a 
minster ! front colored page) 

KennoTi Linnaus V. 79 IRffh , ^7 ATE 



Kinnicutt .<: Brown, I'M Westm'r 
Law Clmrh s, 13 Mathewsoa 
Shirley John R. !K> Pii 



ster 



Glass Cutters. 

Standard Tubing Co. 2l0 ivuiv."^!.^- [TOFF. CLASS CFTTINC. WORKS, 
ible gas tubing) | UJ " M. L. Kern, j>r.. r . 7". Clitt'orH 

Gla«-s l'ressors. 
Runner Charles, 7S Friendship 

Glass. (Cut, Stained 4nd 

Enameled.) 
FlODGEJ. C. .t son, 45U 80. Main 



CJas I'ipe Fitters 

j (Sec also Strum and (fas Pip 
j Allen R.W. 15 1-2 College 

J Be.rron, David llU Eddv 
• Carey J. L. ,v Co. 37H High 



• I). 11.5 P, 



QLASP—GROCBRS. 



171 



HOPE CLASS CITTING WiiKKS, 
M. L. Kern. prop. 7. r » Clifford 
TOHNSOS OLIVER & ( <>. 13 to 19 
° Exchange 

"RICE,- STARKWEATHER k CO, 
-*•* 2"> Exrhi litre pi. (see first bock 
colored page) 

Glaziers. 

(5e« o7j«o I'ainter*.) 
ARNOLD k MKiOWAN, 6 Exch.l 
«** pi. (see pape270) 
pRAWFOHH Jmnn, 11 Waterman. 
V (see page 2WJ) 
JJODC.E J. C. & SON", 4.*> So. Mail 

Glue Dealers. 
; Chambers. Colder & C, 10 Exch. pi. | 
/ 'ARSIDE JOHN, 50 Westminster, 
« (see page 282) 

HENRYS R. L. 196 1-2 Cranston,! 
(see page 280) 
JOHNSON QLIVER & CO. 13 to 111 
*J Exchange 

"DICE. STARKWEATHER k Co.25| 
-*-*• Exchange pi. (see first back col- 
ored page) 

Gold Flaters. 



Granite AVorkcrs. 

(S>c aluo StOHe Cutlrr*.) 

R BOOKS s. k co. lv»s Cranaton. 
(nee page2»»>) 
LWRM M J. W. 13 Winter 



pnif<' 



»ll) 



HILL CAK1*ER, 292 Cranston, (sec 
page 2152 J 
Smith J. V. Swan Point Rn.nl 
'MOVE* HOLMES. 5 I ■.•>-!•- avenue 
- 1 - anil 4'.n Hitch, (see page L'.T; 
IITAHREN'S. 448 and 4,}.' High. <see 
>> page 244) 

Grates St Grate Frames. 

117 ARREN S, 448 ami 4. _ »L' High, (see 
' page 244) 

Grist Mills. 



(See also Silver Platers.) 
Briggs Jeremiah k Son. 299 Eddy 
] jlNCOLN S. T. k CO. 12 Pago 

Lowe Thomas H. k Son, roll plater, 
l')7 Friendship > 

Reynolds E. II., heirs of, 107 Dor- 
rance I 

Gold Refiners. 

ARNOLD JAMES B. 236 Eddy, 
•** (see pa pre 241) 
^I'STIN JOHN, 74 Clifford 

Carpenter H. F. 20 and 31 Page 
Darling Levi R. 119 Math.twson 
Remington & Barber, $0 Potter 
SJM1TK WILLIAM T. Black stone,! 
^ cor. Culver, (see pHge. 257) 

Grain Dealers. 

(See Flour and Grain.) 
Grain Klevator. 
RAKER GEORGE T. k CO. 54 and 
* J 5.*> South Water 

Granite. 

Reedle C. H. 81 Westminster 
PjlAMOXD HILL GRANITE CO. 
^ 5 Custom House street, room 8, 

(tee paste 243) 
Manchester Robert. SftWeybosset 
k'lumaier Granite i\>., I. Flumimr, 
treat'. 91 Westminst-r 

Sinjlth Granite Co. F. F. Tinglcy, apt. 

4 Exhaage 
TatTt H.s 6 1-2 Exchange place 



Leach D. H. 4<>S Vallev 
Redding Jacob, 161 Eddy 
Sprague 8. S. & Co. 144 Dyer 
Sweet S. S. 10 to 22 Charles 

Grocers (Wholesale.) 

(Sec also Commission Merchants.) 
Aidrieh E. M. k Co. 153 and 157 Over 
Alexander Hros., I<15 Over Jk 16 Fine 
Bugbee ,t Brownell, Li'.'Canal 
Chace B. G. & Co. 87 and s.) Over 
Cornells k Mumford. llti k 1 IH Dyer 
Daniels A. Cornell. 2*1 Custom Ho. st. 
Davis I). N. k Co. 9 Dyer 
Eiske Amos i Co. 42 Exchange place 
j LARSONS HENRY L. l(N>i 1<»2 Dyer 
L cor. Crawford sq. (sec page 282) 
Pierce E. W. k Co. 10 and 3> (anal 
Spencer William, K3 Dorrancc 
Waldron.Wijrhtman .t Co. 7 to 15 Piue 
Waldron k Church, 17 Over 
Whitford. Aldrich fc Co. 9:1 Dyer 
Whitford, Sanders k Co. *ii Dyer 
Work k Reed. 47 Pine 
YOUNG A: LYON, 22 North Main, 
X (see page lion) 

Grocers (Ketail.) 

Allen Christopher C.87Chalkstone av. 

Allen George W. 470 Eddy 

Allen John B. 89 Governor 

Allen William P. 20l Wickenden 

Anthony D. B. 713 High 

Anthony Jeremiah W. Bumside, cor. 

Sayles 
[Appleby & DngL-ott. 581 No. Main 
Amiington F. J. & Co. 39 So. Main 
Arnold John F. 9:1 Carpenter 
Arnold Samuel, 54 Carpentwr 
Arnold & Maine, 99 a 101 Weybosset 
Ashton W. Y. & Co. 7.1 Oxford 
Atkinsou Thomas. 1(1 A 
Atkins Henry A. iM7 Greenwich 
Baker Brother*. 73 1-2 Onus 
BakcE George E 70 Olnev 
Maker J. Warren, ."4 North Main 



172 



oitocE lis 



Baker Samuel S. & ^<.n. 449 Benefit;! 
I Baker Snr.ili A. 519 Broad 

Baleoni J«cl C. SIT ni!.! 219 India 
I Ban nun John. 302 Wwi Itivcr 
1 Raunon Patrick, 21 Darling 
; Barney George, L. IRS 1 limber's u 
i Barney Jostah K. .*il!» Broad 
1 Bamev Philander, gti Wukendcn 
i B.rmV s mi'] s. 11 and Li Cunal 

BartleG Brothers, 211 ,1 
, Bates George H. & 



Baxter P. W. 4! LI] 
Bennett Eugene I ■'. 411 Cranston 
Bentlev Robinson, III" Atwcll* 
Birkett Sliles 13 Grand View 
Bixby K. N. .t Co. 1»;7 Broadway 
Blair James. B.2IJS Benefit . 
Bngue M. 4'.» Randall 
Boston Grocery sit on'. 285 Westralns't 
i Bowen Cvrua P. i'U Cra 



Patrick. 1'L' Bram-h art. 

Wiiu mi .i. l.'i'i i:a<iv 

( ullen John, Irt rthip 

< ull.u Joseph, s,; >i,ru< ■<• 

Cunuiugluim Jann s, B< rg< a, near 

Cnaikxtou* avenue 
lh.il. •%• Andrew, »W Plain 
Dane*l lEuphni'l l.'i T, itr. 
D'Arcy Thomaii, 921 K.I.I v 
. hnrles j Den II Brother*, IV.» lUchlUOUd 

eutral Desman Miehiu I J. 1 Flo 



Deigmin John, U« Richmond 
Deinney Michael, lis Charles 
h.rwin Martin.. -.14 Eddv 
Du.lt:.- ft Cnmncld, 47 Exchange pi. 
I). .Ian .Jam.-.. i'A Diamond 
I).. Ian Mi. had. (./Codding 
Donahue Mar-ant. L*7 Petti* 
.Donovan J.dm, Martin. <•. So. Davis 
Donovan Thomas, 114 Donghia are. 



Bowe.s John, Amherst, eor. Florence iDoonnn Michael, 7'J 1 
i Bradford Onn'e W. 19 Dorrance iDovle Catharine, s; ^v,•-t Uiver 
i Brad field Thomas Mrs. 1U3 Spruce | Do vie Francis, ;;l>4 Atwell'a ave. 
! Brady John, Do Spruce DutF Rose, so plain 

| Brigga II. .race .t >..n, 123 North Slain Dully Michael, 55 Diamond 
I Brown B.-niaininSI. 17S Wi.-k.-nden Huffy Michael, 9ti < linrles 
! BtownH.W.&Son.JlOThnrbcT'sav. Durtce Thomas C. 14 Sahin 
■ Burpess 1>. J. & S..n. s_<> ft m'J Kddv Dver Francis A. 3lH Prairie avo. 
! Burgess Horace ('. SO Westminster Early Daniel. 12 Evans 
| Burke Owi n 4; Son, 243 Atu.-ir.-s av. Eastwood Daviil, 1-.' Mautoii ave. * 

Burns Frank. 4" John Eddy Amasa F. & Co. 314 and 316 

': Rnrns William, 102 Martin j Cranston 

J Burnous & Co. 1072 High [Edwards David G. 109 and 123 Hos- 

BL'TTEBS N*. S. ft CO. 44G High, pita! 
(see page 9*1) Elmer R. A. 1.52 and 1.34 AtwelVa av.| 

I Callahan Thomas, 474 At well'* ave. 
! Camfhdd James K. last on Broad 
i Campbell George F. 050 North Slain" 
1 Campbell Slnrv h'7 Dexter 
i Campbell Michael Mr*. 1:W Prairie av. 
j Canning Patrick J. IUI PubHe 
! Cannon .Joseph. 503 AtwdPs ave. 
: Capwell David P. 450 Broad 
i Carlin Daniel, 103 Fountain 
! C'arr.^ll Bernard, Gano "1>1>- Amy 
; Casey & Prior. 122 Richmond 
j Casev Joint '"^> Putnam 
1 Cassidv John. ISA Admiral 
: Chaee All>ert II. IdoJt llOWicfcendi 



SI. 41.1 I 
Fanning Micha.l. '.'"..•. lli-l, 
Karntim F. L. ll»:5 C arpenter 
Fenuessey Patrick, a*3 Atwtdl'a ave.l 
Ferguson George, 2HlaTdenburg 
|K!an.l.-rs A Harris. ^'1 at>.l 21 Courtl'tl 
Flennning John, Wheldeu, cor. Mc- 
! K.-mia 

Foley * harles,508 Benefit 
I Fox John. UAppletuu 
iFoy Mi.l.ael. 121 Martin 
French Thomas -i. l-i: Cranston 
Frost John D. 12Uan.l I2i Hmith 
Fuller Edward F. 741 K'.rh 
Chaee Johu B & Son. 50 South Slain; Gainer John, Charles, eor. Branch 
Chase 11. 11. 313 Frientlship avenue 

Chectham William T. 11. •_'«,.: Smith (iall l.-h.r Itros, 14.". Charted 
Clapp Thomas, 2^ North Main Gannon John, 7.'. Lippitt 

Coaklev Miehael, 714 Broad Gardiner William V. .v. Mantoa »ve. 

Cobb. Bates & »rxa,2i"i Westrainst'r Cardincr A Davis, Wiekenden, c. Eaat 
Cobb S. X. 254 Wickemh n Ga«dnec William, 70 II! ic 

Coleman Patrick J. 4S Lippitt (;.-rl.-n h ( »tt... 217 K.....1 

Collins P. A. L'7»; AtweR's ave. ..in Sarah Mrs. I2tf Amhernt 

Congdon William (i. 44'' Pine Uladdinp Edmund (. t ». 11.; South 

Connors Edward II. 7»; Julian Gladding William F. 222 Pina 

Conway Timothv, 4<; Appleton Ulailitinit William II. . 31.1 Kddj 

Cook.- .!. B. Jr. !<>•_' ft [iM !.„, kwoOd Guff Alva. 55 Davis 
Cooney Marv, 4-*r, Cranston lioldthwait J. A. 34 Smith 

Corbet Margnrel Mrs. y: Wickenden Gumtan Hugli * Co. 14 and 10 Wiek- 



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euden 
Goriuan Michael, 100 Prairie 
(iouldins Gorge, 32< Wicke 
(Sow .ml ft Haw kins. Mf C li 



QROCEiia. 173 

i Grant John, 30 Camp Lyons \VJlli.<ni. Iffi Martin 

1 Greene Stephen A. l'.'l Hurlci Mnguire l». !■'. 70 Atwell's are. 

I [lackctt Pet. r. '.".• I'lmmm Mahoney Patrick, Ives, c. Williams 

i Hall Charles O. pj/> (> ( raii Maine 4 Goodchild.:t74 Friendship 

| Hanev Elizabeth Mrs. 218 l*lahl Maleom Hr-.s. Is; Hijrli 

, Hanley Michael, .".'. Norfolk Manchester Edwin I*. 467 High 

I Hardy William I". 4.". Greenwich Manchester N. K. 41'J Piae 

! Harris Charles K. .Tift High Manchester & Chase. 7". Ocean 

j Harrison & Danl'orth, •".-<'. Broad Maun liobert, N', Martin 

I Hasting* Stephen C. ft'J West Itivrr Martin .Tames, 1 i."> Amherst 

j Has/ard K. P. ft Co. 1'ark. c. Bi ach Martin John II. 47." and 477 No. Main 

, Hathaway Brothers, 350 Broad und Martin S. A. Mill, i.ocl.vvood, JUM 

i lit) South Spring 

j Healy Dominiek, .114 Douglas avc. Martin Thomas J. Mrs. <'» Lippitt 

I Heller Gcllcs. 'M r , Smith ' Mason & Jencks, -Jti-l and 2W S. Main 

I Hennessey John 11. 1.11 and loo* Canal Mnthewson Boval. 47 and 40 N. Main 



I 



Henry Thomas U. 46H Hijrh 
Heslin Patrick, 545 Eddy 
Higson .lames, 1 Benefit 
Hill Isaac E. 7 West liiver 
Hill Joseph. 20 Harold 
Hines Terrenee, S»« At well's av 
Hofmeyer William, 41 Althea 
Hoffftu Michael. 11 Film Ore 
Holden C. I.. ft Co. Mauton ave 

the school house 
Holden .Tame.«, 1020 Hiph 
Holden Thomas, 757 Eddy 
Horsfall Thomas, .">:.'.". High 
Horton Brothers', 21 Canal 
Horton Lucius, 'M John 
Horton N. B. 7*5 At welt's ave. 
Horton & Palmer, *3*4 Hi 
Howard William, 4S;t aw 
Hughes Timothy, .TT Chaffee 
Hyde Daniel VV." «*l Charles 
Illingworth ft Graham, 14 Smith 
Johnson George, L"J Delhi 
Johnson V. H. 450 Fine 

Johnson William F. Broad, opp. Cass' Morgan John J. 1 
Joslin Levi K. 220 Broad 
KainJohn, 1(f) Federal 
Kearney Dennis, 80 Benevolent 
Kelly William, 17*.' Martin 
Kennedy Charles E. :'M Broad 



Mathewsonft Savl-s, Pi Bridgham 
MeCabe. Edward, IW Dean 
Me Card ell Robert, 74 High 
MeCarron John. 1 Hedley 
McCraekcn John, &.n No. Main 
MeCulla Bernard, .V.' West liiver 

Michael, 177 At well's are. 
MeKlrov Win. ft Son, 72 IVickenden 
ar|McGaugkey Itohert, 22 Delaine 
McGinn James, pil Martin 
McGuinncs* John, Oil High 
McGuire Peter, 22 Fillmore 
McHale John, V'J Douglas ave. 
McKenna John. ?J18 Atwell's ave, 
Mc Kenan Owen, K73 High 
McOsker F. J. 17 Cross 
McQuade Patrick, 20; Atwell's ave. 
I 4'.»1 N. MainJMeWillinmH < »w«i, 7s Spruce 

wether Tims. 117 No. Main 
John S. 154 So 



ore fhi 



Monroe John S. 154 So. Main 
[Montagu* Michael, 12 Darling 
stopher, «'.7 Ch<*»ttrai 
' ' Martin 

I Prairie ave. 
150 Prairie ave. 
M..rse Win. M. John, cor. Hope 
Moulrrop Henry. 4:<2 No. Main 
MottTV Darwin It. Canal, c. Smith 
Muir Robert, 1C7 Bichmc 



Kennedy W. E. ft Son, 704 No. BfainJMulvey & Co. Publie, ror. Plai 
Kennedy ft Gotigh, HI Manton ave. jMunroe Edward P. 2U8 rr.m-'.t 
Kinney Michael. .V.'.s Potter's av 



ck Dei 

Kilkenny James, If S Plain 

Kimball Daniel, 4 King 
' KirbyJohn A. 41 Pearl 

Knufton George S. ft Son, 420 Bro 
i Lake & Harris. 1061) High 

J^ANAKD D. J. l;:' Pine 

: L.me Uobert, 96 Douglas avenue 
L.ich Dexter H. 42i> and Id High 
Uac& James, Id it 



inirdTh. 



,61 ChatTee 
s idl rrairic 

imwey Henry, 14 franst.m 

ittell Henry f. 'X, L.-ckwo,. 

•<ku.. d Stephen A. jr. 

junction Kddv 

•nvrgan Ptitriek. M Pond 

»ons Joint, 160 High 



Munroe L. F. ft Co. Rand 1>> Smith ' 
IMurphv Dernurd, ChftlkfiCdM uve. 
I o V l>. "Bergen 

iMurphv John. LtS AtwelFs ave. 
LMarrav Felix/nOl) Bene tit 
ad! Murray Julin, CA Ives 

Murray Owen, ls> AtweH'a ave. 
Nelson Bernard, Appletou. c«r. I'ut- 

nam 
! Nelson G. D. ft Co. Id2 Charles 
Nichols Joseph. HW Ldtly 
Nichulson Bros. 3<17 Broadway 

:i.s. Fountain 
jNolan John, l.V, Douglas ave, 
(N. -on Geo. li. M ' liarh 



J. 



. Bo 



I lOConnor Edward F. d7.J No. Main 

Broad, lo'Neil C«>n!elius, tktno, cur. Amy 

jo Neil Thoniits, \'.a/.i(., n. Dongtas 

live. 
O'Keilly Ellen Mrs. Id a 



174 



GROCERS— GUNSMITHS. 



O'Keillv John. 1<>4 Putnmn 
i O'Sullivan Jeremiah, : 1«'. Richmond 

O'Tool Austin, '.'A Harold 
' Paige F. A. A Co. 9 South Main 
j Paine John S. a^cnt. L'^i Rroadway 

r.ttstout- win. j. 343 iiiicti 

' Payne Alilrich, Ml AtweiTs are. 

; Pearce Jeremiah C. 103 Cranston 

! Peck A. P. l'.'.» Camp 

' Peck C. C. 38 South Water 

i Pellell Samuel G. 114 Cranston 

j Fhinney Horatio, 147 Hospital 

! Pierce K. W. A Co. 19 an<J 'A) Caual 

' Pierce W. J. 88 Exchange |tl, 

Pinder Benjamin, 62 Thurber'i a^e. 
' Place Archibald G. 80U Broad 
! Potter Alfred, T'i«> North Main 
; Potter Cbarlei B. Colwell, c. L. V. 
i Potter M. R. 41.'J Broad 
j guinn M. 10 Printer/ 
, (^uinn Thomas, 31 Smith 
! Quinn A Slattery, 273 Brood 
| Randall W, J. 15«J Hospital 

Kawson Orvirie, ClU Hiph 
! Keilly Bernard. Vinton, cor. Gesler 
! Remington L. K. 352 High. 
• Remington A Sessions, 247 Westm'r 
I Kevnolds B. B. 65 Canal 
; Eiekard Ueo. A. 29 No. Main 
I Rodenberg G. 204 No. Main 
' Rodger* Patrick, *>4 Julian 
| Rodgers A McCann, o Putnam 

Ropers Bros. Ives, cor. Trenton 
I Ropers Bros. .'{.'! Wood 
; Rounds John M. WS S.». Main 

Rouse Reuben S. <>I Manton ave. 
. Salisbury Wm. A. 214 Richmond 
j Salesses John, 4*» MeKenna 
I Salmon Patrick II. 112 Charles 
j Sunders Richard, 7<» Applet on 
! Selden Elijah, 71 Hope 
: Shanley Patrick, Li) Ashburton 
■ Sheehan Farrel, 2ti Robinson 
I Sherry James, .'XXI Potter's ave. and 
i 7o Diamond 
) Shippee Bros. 335 Cranston 
' Shore John, 4.'> Lockwood 
Smith Andrew i Ives, cor. Transit 
Smith CooracrG. 3Sti Porter 9 live. 
Spencer Charles K. 340 Friend-hip 
Sprapue L. H. Mrs. :»*><• Prairie ave. 
Stebhins A Tripp. 2U Smith 
Stewart A. T. 283 At well's ave. 
Strater Horten.se, Oxford, n. Ocean 
Sutherland Wm. K»7 Charles 
Sutherland Wm. il'4 Amherst 
Sweeney Catharine. 42 Kossuth 
Sweet A. S. 4'.i Carpenter 
, Sweet Reuben. 31o Public 
; Teel Ashley S. H)3 Meeting 
: Thorpe David F. lt>) Ben«-pt 

Tierney Catharine, 43Whelden 
] Ticm»-y Dennis, printery, cur. Nash 

lane 
! T'P.ley Charles H. Kni-ht, cor. Ring 

Travers John, 286 Eddy 
I Turbitt Frank Mrs. .133 Atwclfs ave. 
Voce Spencer (3. 135 Broad 



Walsh A. J. +4 Smith 
Wulsh .lamrs, US Eddy 
Walsh Richard. .:.» Pond 
Ward James I.. 143 Public 
Wheaton S. A *on. \>1 South 
Whipple Lyman, IsJ I buries 
White Aaron. 4S Mt»ser 
IWhiteley Benjamin, 14<» Kim 
jWhitelcy Samuel. 482 sud 4S»> Valley 
! Whitford Thomas, WS Wicaeodaa 
iWhitlock Ann, 221 Patter's ave. 
Whitney Eugena, Polk, cor. Hedlev 
Whitney Fred. R. 5D0 Atvrell'a «t»-. 
WigfctlMMI Frederick A. South, cor. 

Parsonage 
IWillisma Albert H. 239 Cranston 
Wiliimns bree.HD Washington j 

[Wnilams F. C. A Co. 211 and 215 Sv. 
i Main 

'Williams S. P. A Son, 1*2 Cranston 
Williams Washington I. 43 Claverick 
Williams W. H. A Bros. . r -7 Wash u 
Williams James F. lo Canal 
W'ihnarth l.eprelet If. 7S ( hestuut 
Winchester (Jen. A. 330 Potters *v. 
Winchester S. C. 35 B.nevolent 
Wing Charles L. So Transit 
Whig John. Brattle, cor. Lilac 
W'oodous Abram, 171 Thayer 
( Young John, Broadway, June. Fcd- 
! era! 

j yOUSG A I. VON, 23 North Main,| 
! *■ (see pap-; 206) 
Zuleger E. K. 914 Hiph 

Grocers' Supplies. 

DROWN BROS. A CO. 37 Exch. 
** pi. (see inside front cover) 

Gum Manufs. 

jTaft Orruy A. jr. A Co. 65 So. Water 

Gun, Pistol and Rifle Mfs 

Providence Tool Co. 14S West River 
and DT» Wickenden 

Guns and Sporting Ap- 
paratus. 

; Bennett E. 121 Broad 

LiOPE C. F. 33 Weybosset, (see 
■ L page 360) 
Wehoskey Frank O. 20 Dorrance 

Gunpowder. 



jpRISWOl.n II. I), act. 5 Custom 
p-* House st. nu. 12, ( see page 2o&> 

Gunsmith*. 

Arnold A. 962 Waalrington 

Bennett L. lL'1 Broad 
I VfcKF.NZIE ANDREW W. 9 Ran- 
i- YL dall. (see paire 24V4J 
! OOPE C. F. oM Weybosset, (see 



GYMNASIUMS — HAKDWAKE A CCTI.fi RY. 



173 



Grinnasiuinit. 

Brook* John P. 15 Butler Exchange 

5th floor 
Work Willis W. 22 Canal and 96 

Weybosset 

Iluir Dressers. 

Adams C. F. 10 Wejbosset 

| Aik<n David, 2< •> Atwell't ave. 
; AMrich Ci. K. 270 High 

Allen Jami'o. 30 Dean 
I Becherer Herman, 35 Washington 

Boehne C. L. A Co. 4.',7 High 
j Boehne Herman F. 124 Cranston 
) Brand John, Lt> Dormnre 
Breitachmid J. F. Narragansott Hotel 
Brooks Brother*, 322 Hroad 
Brown K. II. 1*0 Wiekenden 
Cameron James, 14 Moulton 
Canun Thomas VV. Mrs. 40 Westmin- 
ster, (Indies) 
Clark James ML 88 1-2 Charles 
Clougli Joseph, 97 Weybossct 
Collins George N. 40 riain 
Combeek George, 10 Market square 
Cuff James, 510 Eligh 
Curran Patrick J. 5 Julian 
DeGroat Theodore. 13 Cranston 
Doyle James, 224 Westminster 
Doyle John, 11") Richmond 
Evans Klisha S. 259 Broad 
Gebhard Curl, 13 Market square. 
Gillogy Bernard, 497 Eddy 
Glaser John, . r >9 Dorranre 
Gomes Frank P. 17 Wickenden 
Goulet Louis, 167 High 
Greene Esek, 89 Randall 
Greene J. S. 1:52 South Main 
Griffin Daniel, 18H 1--' Cranston • 
Hall Charles II. 2:;S South Main 
Hatton Lewis W. 285 Broad 
Hauas George, 207 Tine 
I Hebrew E. B. 18 Dor ran eo 
i Hills J. M. 142 Westminster 
' Holdgate William T. 400 High 
' Hobb George, 29 Beacon 
I Horton John S. 'Jni' North Main 
j Kowland Z. 15 Fulton 
! Husband Thomas, 74'J North Main 
| Johnson P. O. Munton village 
j Jones George D. 170 Charles 
Jordan Frank, 298 Eddy 
Kitz W. C. 65 Eddy 
l.nwton C. H. 6 North Main 
Lefrets Albert. 11 Randall 
Lewis J. E. 3U Cranston 
Mack Jam<*s C. 529 Eddv 
Mack Thomas EI. 89 Eddy 
j Marks T. J. lOIti High 
1 McCallurn Hugh, 114 Frame ave. 
; McCornrfcR Wm. H. 08 Westminster 
j Miett John H. 927 High 
Moit s Aug. E. 2 Carroll 
I \IOREY E. M. MRS. (ladles). VA 
, A *■ Westminster, (see page •J7.".) 
: jtfOWRY JOHN. 154 Westminster, 
V,L (ladies, see page 273) 



Myers Philip, #«1 Charles 
Nichols Silas K. 1<»» Wickenden 

Nichols A Collin*. H*i North Main 
Mien Nathaniel J. 1S4 Charles 
Oliver Joseph M. 42! Broad 

[Oliver William c. 7 Market oquaro 
Ormabee Daniel R. 219 Wfckanden 
Paradise Eli, 2.".' North Main 
Parker Stephen, Hotel Horrance 
Ferry H. Washington Hotel 
Powell Pembroke, 1 'JoYcrnor 
Trout S. J. J. Mr*. 'J^l High, (ladies) 
Bines Charles C. 159 Westminster 
Binggold Charles C. .'4o High 
Robert Joseph u. 41*1 North Maia 
RuofTG. 85 South Main 
Koutr Jacub. '.Wi South Main 
Sscker F. 11 Orange 
Seott John C. 74 Dorrance 
Senft Charles K. ,". Burrill 
Senft Frederick, 227 Cruuston 
Senft William N. 12 Richmond 

| Stanley George W. 327 Eddy 
Stella Charles, 159 Thurber'a ave. 
Stott John, 7. r ) Westminster 
Stewartaun Benjamin, 328 No. Main 
Sweeney William, 1079 High 
Thompson J. W. .'7 High 

I Thornton James K. P. 7 College 
Tinkham Jumes A. ici', Eddy 
Town Aaron, 1-J Westminster 

[Walther William, 89 Weybosset 

| Welsh 6i Lewi-., 3M Broad 

'Young lh»vi<l H. 29 A bom 

j Young L. Hercules, 456 Cranston 

Hair Jewelry. 
j JLf OBEY JOHN. 154 W< 



tminster, 
page 273) 
Hair Store.— Human. 
I \] OBEY JOIIX, 154 Westminsterj 
-«■ (see page 273) 
I Hair Work Manufs. 
Brand & Horn, 15 Mathewon 
Caintn Thomas W. Mrs. 4d Westmin'r 
;FlairgS. H. 20S Westminster and 
, Arcade 

Grav Wm. P. <fe R. A. 171 Westmins'r 

Hemingwav S. K. Mrs. 28ti Westmin'r 

OREY JOIIX, 154 Westminster, 



M" 



Hardware.— Heavy* 

pOXGDoX, CARPEXTER & COJ 

^ SI Canal, (sec front colored page^ 

Hardware and Cutlery.; 

Barker, Chadsev A Co. 22 and 24 

Westminster 
Belcher Brothers, ♦>> and 01 Wevbos't 
Briggs A. R. 489 High 

|>l CKLIN 1>. L>. 13! to 143 Dyer,! 

L* (carriage) 
Congdon W. \ ,-»ons. 5 and 7 Steeple 



HARDWARE, ETC.— HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES. 

Hat A Bonnet Bleacher*. 

George E. T. A Co. 31 \\'ev\w**t>t \ MKs B. K. MRS. l'»l W. st- 

\ j AOOON A. J. & CO. -TOand 218 - 1 nntw. r. («c* pagv 2ti») 
i,L Broad Ames A Will. ur. L*J" H«m minster 

Olriey J. C.359 High Havre* K. F. lift) W< *t minuter 

Pabodie B. P., Francis ror. Gaapee N.-wHl K. 2IU WeatmiuMer 
pAINE J. B & M. MS & lt»y trans- Wildes g. W. & Co. 150 Westminster 
1 ton, (we pnge2/>8) ; 

Rfckard & Earle, 17." Broad Hats, Caps and J'urs. 

UAWYEH THOMAS Jr. 1045 High 

^ Allen James R. 24.1 Westminster 

Titfunv James, 72 Wevbosaet Baleora F. ( '. 47 Dorrance 

1041 Barton W. 222 Westminster 
Butts J. W. jr. 



U7EAVER tiEOROE* K. Pwy A 1 
»' High, (see page 2»Vt) 

Harness Makers. 

(See aUo Trunks, Valises, <ic.) 

Avery F. M. MKi North Main 
! BH1 Thomas, ffli North Main 
I Branch W. N. :!4 Cove 

Lrieard James J. 2 , .'.l Fountain 
I Burr Edward .*?J North Main 
! Butts Edward |\ 2Nt» North Muiu 
; Cairns A William?, 2 Cranston 
! Chare John G. '_'<> Bridge 

Chase Alfred I). 1#2 Broad 
j Cole James, 40 Canal 
j Cumisky Terrene* F. S4 T'ond 
J Duffy &. Wilson, rear 11M»1 Hijrh 
: Hijrtrins Thomas, 22 >mith 

Hubbard C. E. rear 15 North Main 

Humphrey George W. <>7 Dorrance 
; Tandy Paul, M'2 Eddy 
1 Malaney Roger, 310 Broadwav, junc. 
! High 

I McCormick John J. 1.3*1 Dorrnnee 
I Milligan Isaac. lsd South Main 
1 Murray Joseph F. 4">o* Cranston 
I Mvers Charles K. B3S Eddy 
i Peckham E. 17.28 Cove 
1 Eei 1 P. A. 1 Crawford 
' Bobedeau Francis. 2X> North Main 
: POUNDS T. W. & CO. 101 & J(X3 
I ■ L *' North Maiu. (see page I'.VJ) 
; Rowan William J. Iu> Charles 
j Shepley J. R. 47b' Broad 
I Simmons Thomas J. t)7 Orange 
; Sullivan Michael II. 2b Smith 
| West Janus H. 17;; BridgUam 

Harness Oil. 

I OERUT OIL CO. 244 Dyer, (see 
j * page 201) 

Harness Ornaments. 

I Wilson B. A. 20 Conduit 

i Hat Manufacturers. 

j (See also Hats. Gap* and Furs.) 

! Angell James R. 7.') Westminster 

Hayward Benjamin F. 273 Westmin'r Clapp Otis & Son. 2ft) W ■-ttniii.-t. r 
' Knott J. A. 9) Westminster R. I. Homos. Pharmacy. 174 Broad 

■ Mttthewsoa Ueorjr- E. 27 Pun ' |Jl'SSEI.L WILLIAM JR. yi3A5)13 

L'avloc ll.urv. LU tVvyboMvl 



EJshrce & Valleau, IK Westminster 
Fidler Bros. & lYssnoi. ,,, ;.t h x . pi. 
Fisher W -U. & Co. SV! III-li 
Frank Lonis, 174 So. Main 
French & Emerson, l.v, Westm'f 
Harson Bros. h':2 Westminster 
Hartman Fred. .">-' Westminster 
IJiseox James, ffil Westminster 
Jepberaon fioo. 27 Westminster 
Leavens O. E. & Co. 5M W.-stm r 
Lewis Simon, 32 No. Main 
Moore James T. .';7 Westminster 
Kyan James C. 42 No. Main 
Spink N. T. :l»t! High 
Spitz A. P. 38 W. stminster 
Watson Eiisha F. Hi Market sq 
Whitcomb B. A. 39 and 117 Weetm'r 
Wood D. C. 31 Westminster 

Hay & Straw Dealers. 
Andrews S. D. 148 Dyer 

Bullock Samuel II. U> Westminster 
Gladding Benjamin 1". 74 I'itman 
Harris s. C. & Co. 1*2 Over 
Harris William M. is Oyer 
Hoard M. E. 7 Weybosset 
TJUiMuN H. R. O'J South Water 

Matteson T. V. 186 Charles 

Osier L. J. 172 Canal 

Peckham, Italph k Co. (hay) 5<1 Dyer 

Smith James, l.'S Fountain 

Stone Cyrus &. Co. l.i ; Canal 

Heating Apparatus. 

PROVIDENCE STEAM ANT) GAS 
A PIPE CO. Eddy, cor. I'ii.e 

Hides, Tallow, &c. 

Bafcer E. G. 41 South Water 

Hoisting 3!aHm»ery. 

"\TASON \OLNFY W. i CO. Laf- 
J " 1 - ayette, (>ee opp. i»agu lit) 

Koineopatliie M edicines. 

Clapp » 

R. I. K 






HOOP SKIRTS— HOUSE FUUNIHHIXGS. 



ffiT| 



pKXTHAL HOTEL, Hopkins /k- 
■^ Scars, •; to 18 Canal, «n<l 14 NeJ 



Hoop Skirts 
(iVr oI«a i'ormfx.) 

Green* William M. (estate) H4 West- Citv i/.'V.'V r'<Uv?,ni A^.hlhuLn, 146: 

minster aill | j ^ Uroud 

MltchcllJ. B. 158 Westminster Clarendon Hotel, P. McGough, JIM 

Horn Good*. ' >«rth Main ( 

Everett Houv , John Bushee. S3 Dor- 1 

Tillinghast .V Bailey, '2:*', Washington ranee 

(novelties) Gcrmaina House, C. Hatuenfltein, 9H 

Horse Klocks. L Ea % F w « b „ , J 

Giranl House, E. ^\ . Tinker. 4-> to 49 
PRO VI T) E X C E A RT [FIC1 A L j ,i,i v 
1 STONfS AND DRAIN' PIPE Halfway 

WORKS, 7*»"» -No. Main, (see pare turk 

244) Hopkins Hotel, Frank Whipple, 421 

Horse Collar Munufstc*r. I , ,,lf f ,, fl T Xf -r, w 

Hotel Dorranee, L. M. Tliayer, West-: 
j Holhvay T. C. 69 South .Main minster cor. Dorranee 

'Horse Clothing Alanufs. Hoyle H«M. Thomas Ladd, High 
: " s cor. ( rauxron 

i Baker 8. W. Sfnnf. Co. 78 Weybosset Intemational Hotel. C. F. Young, 38 

ROUNDS T. W. & CO. 101 and 103 
No. Main, (see page 2541) 

Horseshoers. 

(See aho Ii!<i>ks>ntih*.) 
j Collins Dennis, 7'.'> Clifford 

Dillon, Thomas. H Mill 
J L'OI.EY ft FALLON, 2*) Langlev. 
j L (see page 2*1.) 

Eraser D. 19 Power 
| Grant Geo. M. rear 5 No. Main 

Harris (". W. 33 Grant 
jllern & McGetrick. 1 Oti? 
[Hopkins & Lvoft, 42 Pond 
11LLSOX WILLIAM A. 130 Dor- 

u ranee, i see page 281) 

McGinn Terrence, 4<» Cranston 



■ Ih.use, Samuel Carr, 



South Mai 
Mansion House, l.VJ Renefit 
Music Hall Hotel, rear Music flail 
N'arrasansett H<itel, L. 11. Hum-! 

phreys, Broad cor. Dorranee 
Pen-in Houxe, II. II. Comings, 91 

Washington I 

Phillips House, L. C. Phillips, 73 

Wa*hiugton 
Pine Street House, I). B. Campbell,' 

128 Pine I 

Providence Hotel, W. H. Hamilton/ 

North Main, next to State House | 
Rochester Hotel, George Finck, 138 

Pine 
Roper Williams Hotel, D. S. Norris.l 

1 X< 



gent, 13 Arsenal Sherman House, C. V. Drake, 50 

Christian 



rpHURBEB N. D. agen 

x lane, (se« page 274) j Union 

WHITE GEO. B. 10 
" (see page 278) 



Elizabeth. H^EUTONIA HOUSE. 
1 Hoch, !•">»> Broad 
Washington Hotel, H. B. Tierce, 43 

and U)Washi 
Weeden House 

Hose Ma. nu fs. & Healers, w'-tmili-'teriiorei, F. W. Huntoon 
ALLEN FIRE DEPARTMENT - ,;I Wt-stmi 
** SUPPLY CO. 167 to 171 Eddv What < 



Horse Shoe Manufae'r. 

II. 1. Horse Shoe Co. 31 Exeh. pi. 



eor. Friendship (see page ". 



Jaeki< 



Weeden, .€0 



er Hotel, F. W. Furman, l! 



ourt 



Kmufu *£££ Hou!,e Furnishing Goods. 
1J place, (see inside front cover) I \ ELEN F. J. 1217 and 219 South' 
T3UKGESS A. & .-ON. f.'.vj \„nh. A Main (see pare 25.7) I 

•" Main, branch office, 39 Wey- A LLENSOX J. &. J- i> Steeple (see' 

bosset (see page 246) '* pnjre 213) 

PDDY A. C. ft MTDLEYS, IX \ NTIloNT, lUWELL & CO. YJtX 
J - > Westmms'r (rubber, see p. 246) ■"■ and 201 Broad 



Hotels. 



Arnold. Buker ft Miller, 2J4 ft 2u*i 
Hij 



Adams House, W. J. Metehear, 4*5 ft Ballou ft Mark ham, 103 Eddy 
48 Union Cady> David Sons. U67 High 

Aldrich House. A. W. Aldrich, Wash- Cadv & Dean. 319 and 321 High 
intrtoneor. Eddv ■'L'ENN'ER WM. H. & CO. 129ft 13lj 

American Hotel. John C Payne, 02 r Broad (see inside front rover) 
North Mum Flint ft Co. 132 and 13* Broad 

Belmont Hotel,J. W. JUlson, 17 Snow Humphrey George, 278 Westminster] 

12 



ITS 



HOUSE FURNISHINGS — IXSUKAM E COS. 



MAROON A. J. Si CO. -'1(5 ft 218 Clark* Ooorga (.. 12 W.-Htmln-tir 
Broad Chnigh H. 24 Custom Horn* st. 

Milieu William. ID North Main Corbet! Edwin a. 1 Custom II .M»M»t. 

, Providence Furniture Co. 1'.'.'! & W5 Barenport J. W. 1 Custom |Ioum> *t. 
Broad Davimni M. N I Canton* Hunsa at. 

1 HCHARDSON It. Mauton village, Day James W. 5 Custom ll«»u«*st. I 
I ,l (see page 278) nominee John It •) Wevhossel 

■ Root, Henry T. 144 Westminster Durfcc Charles M. 3 Wvvbosset 

QAWYKK THOMAS Jr. 1043 High Ely Thomas, It Westminster 
p Farnum Caleb, .". Equitable M.I?. 

Thompson W". 1$. 388 Ili-h iHtch William. .'»•; Westminster 

VVItipi.t.- William L. 47 ft 4:> Mauton Godding Alva W. 8 Equitabla bMif. 1 
avenue j (life un'l a< cident) 

• House Trimming;*. ^iSS'lF F&EPfiSL J 
I WEAVER GEORGE E. 1039 High room li) 

j '* (»e»- page 2*9)) Ilartw HI .Julius F. 48 Wavboaaet 

., . .. ,, . ' HOPKINS C. A. general agt. 

I Hydraulic bugineer*. 11 n ut ual Life ina. c». »f New 

iOHEPD J. HERBERT, 85 West- **"*. . «**««« 8S,-.,O0O,OQ0, 85 

^ minster (««•« page _.»7) Westmiuster 

• Kimball Dani.1 W. 3 Custom House 
I street, room Si 
'Lyman Asa. 4"> Westminster 
j.M.ran James, 12 Westminster I 

Nickerson, Sparrow II. 1 Custom 
j House st. room ;> 
Ormsbee II. H. 45 Westminster 
; Paine George T. 5*.» W evbosset 
'Plummer Israel, 1)1 Westminster 
Putter William V. J.S Custom House 
, street 
.h Cyrus (>. Trl Eli 'li jRandall W. R. 42 Weybosset (fire) 

X&rraesusctt Iei~'("o 7 Canal Robinson Henry J. 5 Custom House 

Union lee Co. J. G.' Johnson, trcas... "t. r..oin 15 J 

Weybosset cor. Custom House st. *':»?}%* '"^"T^J ur , ,;) , U ^ % h( ^ t 
■ IsiHoVK SAMLEL, I Custom House 

Importer. +J street 

(.Dmos and Machinery) j Smith J J.. 5 Custom House street, 

v * , I room lo 

QARSIDE JOHN, 50 Westminster' Snow ft Barker, 45 Westminster 
v -* (see page 23t£) Starkweather ft Shepley, 2t Custom 

Indelible Inks. L!,' va T s * i ',"' /- u* . • 

rilhughast .J. li. 4> \N estminster 



QHEDD ft SAWYER, 
^ (seepage 



Westm' 

lee Cream Manufs. 

Freeman Hiram fi. ( X\ Bridgham 
.lillix.u R,-nsHi«-r A. SJ» North Main 
Wilbur William U. & Co. 40 Peck 

lee Dealers. 

pARPENTER EARL ft SONS. L» 
y *i Westminster (see page 2&2) 



T>EYNOLDS E. ft CO. 3 Weybosset, 'Torrey -Moses E. (life) 27 Market 
Jt (see pa-.- 278) iTripp E. II. IS Custom House it. 

WHITE A. A. 3 Weybosset (see Whitaker Henry C. i> Wevbosset 
" nage25U) White Aildiaon H. 2 Market sq. 

India Rubber Goods 



sq- 



lb- >.vn & Co. 4:; We>trifld (manufs.) 

L'DDY ALBERT C. ft 5TCDLEYS, 

\*-* 15 Westminster (manufs. bus 

'Goodyear Rubber Co. 136 North Main 
i National Rubber Co. 7 Exchange nl 

Insurance Agents. 

Armstrong Charles C. 18 Custom 
! House st. 

Roach Charles EL 11 <"ust.,ni House st 

Boon Charles E. 45 Westminster 
llluncfl George II. :'»\ Westminster Enf.rpns. 

Caiiwell Roger F. ", Martin in liquil 

ICarpentar O. M. iV, Westminster I L^QlllTARLE ih;k and MARINE 

Chspiaan Rhodes B. 'J Bquhable Lj INS. CC». Equitable bldjr. (.see 



Wuittemore David K. 

Williams Sydney, :', Washington row* 

I n sura nee Companies. 

American Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 9 & 1" 
Equitable bld»r. 

ITLANTIC FIRE AND MARINE 
:i - INS. CO. V> Westminster ( s.-o 

back colored page) 
Blackstone Mutual lir. Ins, Co, 41 

Westminster 
pTTY INSURANCE CO. 19 Cus 



torn House st. (set- inside back 

Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 9 & 
le bldg. 



I Build! n 
Chapman Robert 
| Bnihiinc 



Equilabh 
» Fquitabb 



Kiren 



d pa; 

»'- Mutual in 



( o. 3 Wash- 



INSURANCE C08. — JEW ELERS. 17'J 

JLMIANKLIN' MITl'AL FIltE INS. Miller Iron Co. s. Hutcbiiu, treaa.l 

\ L CO. 12 South Main & 2 College College, cor. South Water 

(nfo back cul'd p*gfe) l'h. -nix Iron F.umdrv, H. C. Glad- 

Slope Mutual Fire hi*. Co. 9 Butler ding, irmii. Kim, cor. Eddy 
I Exchange, 4th lloor R. I. Malleable Iron Works, s. ff.l 

Manufacturer's Mutual Fire Ins. Co. Kil vert, agt. office 501 Eddy 

of II. 1. 45 Westminster QPICE1H m PKCKIIAM, 22 Kx- 

Mechanic* Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 4."» ° change place 

\j\^CHAVi r s l\s. co. 22 Market ,ro » Mwwftu 

^ >J - sq. (M'f inside back cover J Point street Iron W..rks, George 

Merchants Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 41 Lcivis Cuoke, agent, 55 Sprpgufl j 

Pro^ence'Satoa! Fire In*. Co. 45 Iron Kaiiintfs, Fences, &c 

minster Cmwell Abram, 219 Eddr 

Providence Mutual Steam Boiler Ins. Edward* »«nry F. 11 Westminster 
Co. I(J Butler Exchange. 4th Hour (JlSSON C1LBERT, 71 Clifford, (see' 



pltOVU»FN( •!•: WASHINGTON *J pa<re251l| 

L INS. CO. 20 Market square (sic 'POWER J. II. Page. c. PrieruUhi 

lnu-kculM|.:ip-) L 



Rhode Inland Mutual Fire Ins. Co 
Market sq. 

ate Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 9 and lfl 
Equitable bl 



Iron and Steel. I 

[See also Hardware.) 
rfNIoFMUTCAL FIRE INS ( <>. n<>N<;i»< »N\ CARPENTER * CO. 

^ 3 Washington Row, (see back , sl *» *•» fan:il. I see front col d p.) 



colored page) ™* n * [,ut - v - lLq |J - 

What Cheer Mm. Fire Ins. Co. 9 & 10 Nightingale & Kiiton, Exchange, c. 
Exclutugc place 
Onhvnv A. L. Si Westminster 

kard VV. A. & Co. 4»»2 & 4<n; High 



4th floor, Putler Exchange 
Intelligence Offices. 

{See Employment Offices.) L (pijr iron, see page 208) 

Iron Bridge Knilder. W^e?' E " IeEi" Xt ° '° ""* 

qpOWER J. II. Page eor. Friend- *** r f "! 

L ship b Japaners. 

Crins Samuel P. 1"» Linden 

Iron Doors and Shatters. McCABE B. IL 119 Pine, .see 



w 



gISSON GILBERT, 71 Clifford, (see Jet Jewelry Importer. 

POWER^J. II. Page c. Friendship Fitter William K. 21s Westminster 



Iron Fence 3Ianufs. 



Jewelers Cartls. 



T^TLLEB, CPIIAM i CO. 91 West- 

I'FOWER J. II. Page, c. Friendship -^ minster, (see upp. page 4Sj 

j- JENCKS C. W. &. BKO. 57 Wey- 

J Iron Founders. t^arraGANSETT CARJi CO. 11 

j (See aho Stove Manufacturers.) ^ Richmond, (see page 248 ) 
[Aborn street Iron Foundry, Alva *™J|2 ton S " W L * Custo,u Hous0 

Carpenter, proprietor. 85 Aborn street 

iHarstow Stove Co. Point, c. Chestnut Jewelers Dies. 

Builders Iron Foundrv, Z. Chaffee, _ ,, .. ..... „ , . 

■ atrenr Coddiii" ' Crowell Abram. 2U> Ividy I 

|colvu, Thendore U. 150 Cove W ILLKR WILLIAM II. Sc CO. 1% 

tock Foundry C 



\J1LLI 



ddY, (see page 258) 
».\ GILBERT, 71 C1M 
pe 250) 

ER J. II. Page, c. F 

C. Blodjret, jr. treas. Charles st. Jewelers Maiiuf*£. 



iMORLisS ^EaMEN.:/;? 1 !; yiSSt.N\;.LBERT; 71 Clifford. ,^ 
Vy Charles st It P ,-r.i*^ii»-» ...... paee2.il>) 

front colored page) ' M'«nVFU J. II. Pago, c. Friendship 

Franklin Foundry and Machine Co. 



I idler Iron Works, F. Fuller, agent, . - 
*1«J and 418 South Main ( s ™ 

dams 
Chapel 



Sitter Ware Manvfs.) 
and Machine Co. Adams . I. S. ft Co. (shell), Snow, c 



ISO 



JEWELERS MAKF'O. 



Adams T. R. ft Co. "fl Friendship 
Albro, Fuller ft Co. 53 Cli tTord 
Allen Samuel ft Co. 1*1 |*in« 
Anthony John ft Co. HO pine 
Arnold A Webster, SI Clifford 
At wood ft Col well, HI Peck 
Ballon B. A. & Co. fil Peck 
15, mister K. B. 2l'7 Eddy 
Barton Robert, 30 Paga 
Bcnn«itl V. W. B. 102 Friendship 
Booth, Babbitt ft Co. loi' < ha ntr.> 
Bowen Michael E. 141 Richmond 
Brijrjrs W. Harris, 3W Ili-h 
Brown C. W. «M Eddy 
Brown & Dorchester, 44 Puga 
Bufflinton Frank, 227 Eddy 



Henry J. W. ft Vo. '.• Calender 
Hopkins ft Dutempl«. IK) I ri. u.Nhip 

Hnpkinaon .1 i 1 . t Co. :.m i', ttr „ | 

Howard ft Heherrieble, W2 orange 
Hubbard E. Jami n, HW Eddv 
Hubbard Robert B. 17*1 Cove 
Hani A Oweu, 111 Bro*<l 
Hutchinson R. A. ft Co. _1> ConduH 
Hutchinson ft HncHtis, Hl'i Eddv 
Irons Charles 1. H£ | i-i.-u.l~ Ii ij, 
Johnson Willi. mi. 1-4 Marshall 
Keuch ft Fine, IM Eddv 
Ken von J. «;. ft Co. Ill Summer 
I.avetle Patrick, 227 Eddv 
l.e.lerer s. ft It. Ill Summer 
wb S. M. ft Co. !o,s Edd 



I Burdon Stud and Button Co. L. L. Linton P. ft A. 7«> Page 

1 Burdon, airent, rear W» Aborn Livertnere C W. BKf Orange 

; pAHOON'K, ALEXANDER ft CO. Luther Brother*, Ox ford, c. Harriet 

! ^ 12U Westminster, (diuinond) Luther (J. M. 32 Elm 

Caprou ft Co. 107 Fine Marey Fred I. ft Co. TO Pine 

Carr I). S. ft Co. P25 Broad Mason John L. ft Co. 77 l»ornrace 

I Carr L. ft Co. 7.S Friendship Uotltewson J. H. ft Co. I'd Peck 

; Case George C. ft Co. SO Potter Mtttiran .1. T. 01 |" 

Cliamplin 8. B. ft Son, 78 Friendship MeClov John A ' 

' Child Charles E. 407 Pin 



. . eddv 
. ft Maker, lit", line 
Niuiiiu'ansitt Jeweln Matiuf. Co. 131] 
I Dorranee 

Norton c. A. ft Co. 33 Beverly 
Norton J. B. 4<»7 Fine 
Oak.-s C. H. ft Co. H»2 Friendship 
ftSTBY ft BARTON, 25 Putter. 
V (see page 25") 
Owen C.ft S. ft Co. P> Snow 
Paine Stephen, On Westminster 
Palmer ft Caprou, 12H Dorranee 
Pavton ft Kellev, hi Pajre 
Peck C II. ft Co. \*l) Pine 
Peek Isaac, 4try I1n« 
Perkins C. H. ft Co. 20 Conduit 
Pcrvear II. N. L.'0 Conduit 
Pieree. Wtllard ft Co. 3M Page 
Pitts George, 2'_'7 Eddy 
Potter C. C. 27 Potter' 
Potter H. W. KR1 Friendship 
Potter William K. 218 Westminster 
Potter ft Buffington, W Snow 
Preshrev B. F. Ill Summer 
Ouavle Thomas ft Co. tJU Richmond 
j Fisher William M. ft Co. (chains), Ratlihun T. K. 13V Eddy 
1 22(5 Eddy Richards William K. In; Friendship 

! Fitzgerald M. ft Co. 185 Eddv Richardson .J. B. ft Co. 170 Cora 

Flint, Blood ft Co. 1*5 Kddy" Uichardson J. W. ft Co. l'.» Snow 

| Foster ft Bailey, 1£5 Eddy l RICHMOND ft CABPES'l ER, 1021 

Foster ft Hopkins. 227 Eddy u Friendship, (see pnjre 2a.}) 

: Fowler Broth i rs ft Co. 185 Eddv Robinson William II. 23 Calender 

Godfrey, Gardiner ft Co. h»7 Friend- Roehr, Carlisle ft Co. r. ISO Friend- 

I Khip | ship 

I Grant J. W. ft Co. 25 Calender Russell 8. jr. W2 Fri endship 

Grant X. ft Co. (nianuts. and color- Sacket, Davis ft i'o. fill Kiel 

era), 111 Broad 
Green* William C. ft Co. TO Pine 
Greene ft Vlien, 183 Eddv 
Gwinn J. W. ft Co. 12 p a 'c;e 
Hall ft Willis, VX, Eddy 
llamiltons .t Hunt. llrV,' Eddv 
Harrington J. C. H'J I riend>hin 
Haskell N\. ft t!o. U5 Pine 
llaskins W. k. P_«J Westminster 



Church II. A. ft (J. M. Ill Broad 

Clarke George K. 44 Page 
I Churchill I). B. 'ITt Eddv 

Coggshall O. P. ft Co. :io Page 
j ( OOK ft BKOWN, 38 Fnendshii 

Cooke Daniel S. ft Co. 102 l >range 
Cow Joseph V. ft Co. 120 Dorm net 
Croea Richard ft Son. 13 Hanover 
Crossin ft Tucker. 40'.) l'iue 
Catting K. S. ft Co. 4n:» I'iiie 
Daggett ft Comubs, '.Hi Pine 
Devereux Orrin C. ft Co. 22(1 Eddy 

: Dodge Ezra S. \<X, Eddv 
Doran ft Kiley, 407 Pine. 
Downs Charles, lil Peek 

; Dunn Edward L. Calender 
Eddy ft Ulfike, 407 Pine 

1 Eldivd James ft Co. 3t) Page 
Fannin? ft Potter, 125 Brood 
Feeley Michael, llt8 Eddy 

i Field Charles W. r. 180 Friendship 
Fish Sj.icer S. 40<» Pin 



lisbury II. T. ft Co. 14 Butler Ex- 



ld ti 



Saxton. Smith ft Co. IS.; Eddy 
seery E. i'. :« Beverly 
Sheldon I. K. ft Co. Ill Summer 
Smith H. D-Witt, IK! Eddv 
Smith William ft Co. ol Peck 
Smith A. .). ,v Co. 53 ClilTord 
Smith., run,:.- ft Co. 100 Krirm'ship 



JEWELERS— KNIT GOODS MANTES. 



181 



Stone C. M. ir. & C.». liu Dorranee 
Stone [itaac A Co. 107 Friendship 
rilllnghaat & llailey, (honi goods), 

236 Washington 
Thornton Brothers. 8U Page 
Thronton & Comer, 227 Eddy 
Union Kyelet Co. 47 Borden 
Vaughan & Merrill, 61 IV. k 
Vose A Southwi.k. UCi Eddy 
Waite, Smith & Co. 61 Peek 
White H. li. 2<> Conduit 
White W. K. ,t Co. 53 Ciiin.nl 
Whit ford Frank 1'. '9H Friendship 
Wightman A Hough, Jt> Snow 
Wilcox & Battell, lit Snow 
Wiley Andrew J. 4<»U llna 
Williams F. I). Ill Hroad 
Williams H. 102 Friendship 
Wilson W. If. 28 Potter 

Jewelers' Supplies. 
Blundell, Moore & Co. r. 83 Friend- 



flHAHXLEY JAMES A. 131 Dor- 
^ ranee, (see page 251) 

Daue Wrn. & Co. Ill Broad, (stones) 
Folsorn II. c. 76 Da eon, (crocus) 
UULLER, UPI1AM & CO. 91 West- 
■*- minster, (see <>[>!'• P*ff6 "I s *) 
Lind Alexander, 1'U Potter 

REYNOLDS WILLIAM K. 354 
Friendship, (see papre 283) 
S warts Walter l'». 22 Page 
Wagenseil Charles F. PJ W r . Clifford, 

(rouge) 
TVILLETS MAM'F. CO. 303 Eddy, 
»' (see page 252} 

Jewelers' Tools. 

"DLUXDELL HENRY & CO. 35 
*•* Clifford, (see page 2tf>) 
| Drovv D. -Hi Page 

McVVILUAMS IIANUF. CO. John 
McWilliains, treas. 237 Eddy 
Robinson Wiliard K. IJD Clifford 
Salisbury & GorV, K'S Friendship 
I \\ r ILLETS MANl F. CO. LUiEddy, 
j ' ' (*ee page 252) 

Jewelry Chasers. 

Chandler C. B. 145 Pine 
I Drinan John T. 36 Page 
I L7/MEB.SOX WAI.TEU H. 119 Pine, 

, Jj (see pa sr,-. -.-.::» 
' Everett S. II. 20y pj ne 

' Fan-brother F. A 14."i Pine 
i Goudailler A. V. ITS E.I.I v 

JIOLCDLIN C. ('. 136 Pine, (see 
I J L page 259) 
' Hudson T. C.& Co. 113 Pine 
! Liveck L. 115 Friendship 
. Manchester & Harrington, r. 10 Pace 
, Newton Henry. Si Friendship 
; CCHMH>T i.'oi is, i.:,; pi„ e , ,see 

« page 269) 

Fnruet Samuel J. 81 Friendship 

t'augha-n John A. & Co- 4)'. Page 



Jewelry Colore rs. 
Brown Herbert E. 1:>1 Ed.lv. 
/ lALLAtillAN JAMES. 26 Potter, 
^ (see page 2H1) 

1 IXCOLN STEPHEN T. «fc CO. 12 
lj 12 Pare 
Whiting W. C. ft Co. 109 Friendship 

YOL'XG M. ft co. 131 Dorranee, 
4th tloor 

Jewelry, "Watches, &c. 

(Sff alio Watchmaker*.) 
Brown Henry T. & ('<.. 60 Westm'r ; 
Eaton Edwin B. 226 Westminster 
Favro V . J. 22 Dorranee 
Farrington & Co. Ill Westminster 
Gorton Thomas w. 83 Westminster 
Graham J. M. 2."»0 South Main 
Gray Joshua, 241 Westminster 
IJAMMON'U JOHN H. 32 Dor- 
*-■*■ ranee 

Kittredge George M. 226 Westm'r 
Linke C. Robert, 77 Westminster 
Parker M.lviit IS Westminster 
Pease L. G. Mrs. loll North Main 
potter William K. 218 Westminster 
Pray James C. 86 South Main 
Robinson A. J. 223 Westminster 
Kobinson J. G. 211 High 
Simmons II. C. 24 Dorranee. (re- 
pairer) 
Tab** William E. ft Son, 253 West- 
minster 
rpAYI.OU CEO. H. ft CO. 136West- 
*■ minster, (wholesale, see page 

253 ) 
Windle Thomas B. 32 Dorranee 

Junk Dealers. 

Belfit ft Co. 21 Langley 
Cook W. F. i Sons. atJ Dyer 
Hagan Joseph, 2»58 liver 
Hunt B. ir. Hi Cove 
Hunt Bros. ;;j Friendship 
Hunt E. R. Id.'i Dorranee 
Hunt & Pearrc. 132 Dorrauce 
King John, 7 A 

Madell ft Frankland, 160 So. Water 
\IAOOON A. J. & CO, 216 and 218 
1 *'*• Broad 

O'Neill T. 77 South Water 
Perkins F. E. Pin.', cor. Hav 
Perry William II. 288 Dyer 
Sheeny F.dmnnd, 1 1 1 South Water 
Windle Thomas, S J "> Fountain 

Kid Gloves. (Importer.) 

ArOBF.V JOHN. 1">4 Wesrminsfer, 
•** (see page X;i} 

lCuit f<oo<ls ^lantifs. 

FaTkenberg J. 2-V> Westm'r I ha nil) 
Mountnei J. M CKean 
Reini«srt«»n A I lie K. 71 Ar-ade 
Vnllcy Worsted Mills, Eagle 



~1$-' LACE LEATJJ KK MAN I FS.—LAW V B US. 

Lace Leather Manufs. ! Land Companies. 

BROWN BROS. & CO. .T Exeh. pi. Providence Western Land Co. 91 
(sec inside front cover) Westminster 

BURGESS A. & snX.C'.rj \... Main, West Providence Laud Co. 31 Mnr- 
branch oilir.-. 30 Weybosset, ket sq. room 14 
i*ec pageL4u) l.;i iii«l:iri«*s. 

BUHLISGAME W. C. & CO. 50 mpiHBnrm 

Exchange pi. (dealer, se«- page Atkinson Edwin, lis Krfrmbdfip 
2«M> CiMiiulm i:. I. & l>. M. 12 Fagc 

Ladder .V»aimf;i«'turers. Darliug Georga It. I«l I run.Uhip 

xmiiprA. m. & co.au) i-un-it:; 1 ;,^;;, 1 ;;;,!:' 1 ^ 

" v ^ Snrague James F..Viri«i< 

Ladies' and Children's Viguerou ( imriei l» F.idy 
Furnishing Goods. Laandrle*. 

DeValle A, mi- N. 27 C Hand U...,..,., I amidv ' " Chanel 

Gannon M. J. MUs, mj w,»n,'r ,*;' ' , , i\V <'.M \< ■• j.n; ifo, 
Hayward L. A. 3tf Westminster If. .,,, IcirV 

Ilonins I. U.17 We.stminster, (iiiauuf,) '": 'J j 1 ** 1 ' 



ihItv. •">'.! High 
l50Hrofld 

William F. last on l;.d- 



< fir, 



• •I 



Wolf B. aJtl & •-">:; Westmmstc 
Lajjor Beer Saloons. 

Barker William II. 25 Chapel 
Baumann Ben. 2t»4 N'orHi Main 
Becker Jacob. 1.H2 North Main 
Butlum I nd. T. 11 Iligli 
Cowper & Schedley, 4<> Dnrrancc, 
Di< trieh (iustav. ;',(» .Market sq. 
Eble P. I'aul, i:l Peck 
English Matthew, mi Lander 
Fanium A. T. 411 IKgh 
Fiuck George, ].*« Pine 
(iaiuh Charles. 10$) N'orth .Main 
Gselier Frederick, 41 Julian 
llaebel Cliri*iina Mrs. :»U High 
llampe Adolph, 257 South Main 
Hank.- Rudolph 4(1 Richmond 
Ilarfman Christian, Don-am 

Fine 
Ilausenstoin H liberty SOSWestm'l 
liauscnstein Charles, OK Fddy 
Hilkf-ni Philip, 815 So. Main 
JLIOC1I CHRISTIAN, ISO Broad 

Kiess Brofc 44 Feck & 141 Dyer 

Knms Fritz. 58 Pine 

Lfehtenherg Carl. 188 Tine 

Lrnch Daniel, >;: Manton ave. 

Meyer John, 4i9 Eddy 

S'euman O. E. 18 Market so. 

Kiedel .J. -J.*. Eddy 

Ri«»wold Julius, 83 Greenwich 

Rosenberg II. 18 Snow 

Scheminger John, 883 High 

Schmidt II. 55 South Main 

SehoenleberJohn, 2UH Broad 

Schumann C. Id North Main 

Sperry Henrv, 7 Fnion 

Stan* John. 283 Hijrh 
; SuaJacob,8 Potter 

Thoen« Frederick, 271 Broad 

Weber Edward. r.'J Richmond 

\\ 1I.KKNS IIBXUY, 112 Pin.', (see B 
i " page Oft) 

Witzke Amand, 8 Peck Blackwood J. W. 20 Weybosset 

Wnvlfci A. 1K3 Breed Piis* , f , Addeinan, 2 College, room 

Zul«»ger K. K. itoi Bigli 32 and l« 



Hi- s.i 

KHfovIeC. A.1K1 lvl.lv 
I..o I'Kng, 115 North Main 
I..',Sani.*Jl(» Broad 
Lie Wing. Broad, cor. Clifstniit 
I)K()V. STKAM LAI N1»KV. Itifi 
A Hospital, (fee page 205j 
Riverside Laundry, ..irice, 24 Dor- 
ranee 
Sins Wah, . .<rJ Westminster 

iWah Hing. 181 North Main 

i Wah Lee, «)2 W aahingtou 

Lawyers. 

cor. i Addeman Joshua M. 2 College, r'm 32 
Aldrieh Clarence A, 2n Westminster, 
r room 7 

Allen Henrr W. 37 Weybosset 
Aims Edward C. 37 Weybosset 
Anus Samuel, 37 Wevbo»set 
Angell Louis L. 4 Weybosset 
Arnold Prank s. 27 Custom Home 

st. room 7 
Babcoek II. .S. 19 Butler Exchange, 

3d floor 
Baker David S. jr. Custom IIou>e st. 

room 12 
Baker William F. 15 Butler Ex- 

ehanpe. :>.l floor 
Baldwin Charles F. 2 College 
Ballon Daniel It. 24 Custom Ho. st. 
Ballou Edgar F. M So. &Ma 
Ballou Jnhn H- &i North Main 
Ballou & Jackson *J1 Custom Ho. st. 
Barney Walter II. 2S No. Main 
Basset! Edward D. 19 Wevhosset 
Barrows G«orge R. 42 Wei hosset 
Baumann V.i\n:f . 21 So. Main 
Beach Wiliani 35. 29 Weybosset 

D. G Purler Exchange, 3d 



LAWYERS. 



is.; 



T<onp..it/. J. II. 4. Weybosset Hnppin P. B. HI Westminster 

Borden U. K. 13 Mark'et >q. Hughes Peter F. 2 College, loom 31 ' 

Bos worth ft. ( ham;. lain, 17 Butler J»rk«un F. II. 24 Cu-fum Ilo. st. 

Exchange, .".<1 floor Jenckes Klin* M. 41 Westminster I 

Bradley Charter, 7<> Wcvbossct Johnson (lark. II. 27 L'uecom House 

Bradley 0. s. 7<> WevhiMiset street 

Brenuau John M. 2 College, nn. 31 Jones I*. 1». 18 Custom House -t. 
Brown A. L, "I Market B(|. Knowh-s William. I« So. Mi.in, 

Brown George T. 24 Custom llouae Luptmm B. N. A a. s. 4 Wpj Imwm t ! 

st. room IS Lapham A Kockwood, 4 Wej bo»aet, 

Browne & Van Slyck. 1 Custom llo. room '.> 

Bt. room 12 Lincoln Eugene II. 83 Westminster | 

Carlin Joseph F. 28 Bo. Main Littlefield ft Font cr, 21 ft 22 Butler, 

Carpenter George. M. jr. Uo Weatm'r, Kxehauge 

room Id Un*«lule John F. 28 Vo. Main 

Case ft Baldwin, 2 College Markland James G. L'l Wevho«»ct 

Chan. plain W. A. W Weybosset Marsh ll-iiry. jr. 7<l Weyhost. nn. 14 

Champlain Iniiip, room 17 Butler Mason Carroll sti.nl. v, •_•; Custom 

Exchange, 3d iloor House st. room II 

Chunh Nelson E. 17 Butler Exch.i Mathewsou Rollin, 4.". X. Main. rni. 6 

3d floor McCarthy P. .1. 12 s. Main, r....m |«J 

Clarke Joraea M. 29 Weybosset M<-Guinue<>s Edwin 1>. 14 \Vc*mi'r 

Cobb J. s. (;. What Cheer llldg. [M< Kenucy II. A. ."> Custom House st. 

Collins James C. 1 -So. Main, nn. 1.' 
Colt Samuel P. 4 Westminster 
Colwell & Colt. 4 Westminster 
Cook Lovin M. 20 Wevlwiaset 
Cooke George L. jr! 43 No. Main 

room ."» 
Cooke Stephen A. jr. 1 Custom H f > 

street 



M-tcalf Edwi 
Miller AugUsI 



». 70 Weybniw t 

i:\ 12 s. Maiu. room 2d 
us f. 2W M rstmiuatar. 



i r>om t> 

i Miner Francis W. *l Wevbossct 
[Mnwry ft Comstnrk, 27 Custom 
House *t. room || 



« James JI- 2 College, nn. 34!Mowrv M. I>. I. KMS llig 
Cushing A. J. Wood's bid?, rm. 11 iMulholhmd P. II. -"■ X«r«h Main 
Dixon Nathan F. jr. Custom House] Mmphv Tims. P. 14 What Cheer bldjr. 
Building Page Charh-s II. 2 College, root,, jfcf | 

Douglas S. T. IS So. Main (Parkhnrst Charles It- 1M So. Main 

Don-las William W. Is So. Main llturkhurst I . Frank 271 ustoiu House 
I Depots Henry J. 2 College, room 34 st. room R 

Karnes Benj. T. !>S Wi \ !.o«>< t Patton Andrew B. 14 Westminster 

! Eaton Amasa M. 31 Market sq. r. lAPavne Abraham & A. D. 4.". North 
i Eddy John, 41 Westminster ! Slain, room 1 

I Ely Joseph C. 12 So, Main, room 10 Peckham s. \\ . 41 Westminster 
j Essex Stephen, 4 Wevbos.set, rooms IV gram John C. 4:! No. Main room S 
! 3 and 4 Fereeft ttaliett, 8 Butler KxekaugfJ 

| Fitz Gerald O. E. 81 Market square. 3d tio.,r : 

j room IS I Perkins J. H. 49 Weybosset 

[Puller George '2C> Westminster, r. 10 Pierce Edwin C^ 2 Colhge, r».««is !."> 
| Gardaer Bntbbone, 27 Custom House and 16 

j st. room i) : Pitman J. S. 128 No. Main, room 2 

I German Charles E. 2S Xo. Main 1'itmau J. Talbot, 2". 1 \Vevf..-^t " ; 

j Gower Geortre I., 2fi Westm'r, room." Vlummer Cornelias C. fA >'• . Main 
| Granger I). L. D. 28 N. Main : Potter 1). l\. -_n Butler Exch. 3d ftoor 

l Green AnioM. 4.". No. Main Cotter Ver.l. ir. ^1 Wevh.vs.*. 

; Greene Albert K. 32 Butler Exchange, Kandulpfa John R. 12S North -Main 
3d floor I room 2 I 

| Greene Tlmmas C. 41 Westminster Uea.l F. P. 2« North Main 
■ Greene William II. 12 So. Main. mi*. Riekard William W. :»> Westmfnater 
i 28aud2i» Itiplov James M^. 2tJ Westminster' 

I Hallett W. B. W. S Butler Exchange,' room hi 

: 3d tioor RohhiaoH Charles P. 41 Westminster! 

Hammond B. B. 27 Cu.-tom Hou>e Rnekwood L. O. 4 WerhMwvl 

i st.rooui5 Itoelker W. G. 21) Werh I 

Ha.t Charles, 2fl WevboHset Kueekert Frederick, '.»N W«-vt r | 

j Hazard EUlwanl II. Is s„. Alain Balishnry Levi & Charks M. ISXorth 

Hawkiim Oti, ,\. 7d Wevbos't, rm. 14 Main 

Hayes Henrv \V. 4 WevW't, nn. «.» Bevies Lvcurgns, 13 Colh-re 
Hopkins E. s, 20 Wevhosset rkirles Wlllanl, 12 South M tin, room* 

' Hopkins ,t Potter, 'hi Westminster, aisndl'7 
I TQAtn 9 Se. rt phi i|. c. 2 College, room 2.1 I 



LAWYERS — LIQUORS, WINKS ETC. 



184 _ 

Seamans Ira 0. 20 Butler Exchange* 

:M floor 
Slocum Ziha O. 20 WeMmfn'r room 7 
Smith Benjamin W. 14 Westminster 
Smith John Wilson, 4'5 So. Main 
fipink J, K. 27 Custom House street, 

room 12 
Southwick I. If. jr. 27 Custom House 

ftt. room I<» 
Hpooncr A Miller, 26 Westm'r, r. 6 
Bteere Chnrlcs L. 42 Weybosset, r. 22 
Stlncss Walter B. Court H<>. Benefit 
Thomas N. P. 8. 26 Westminster, r. 8 
Thompson Robert, 1* So. Main 
Thurston John D. 26 Westminster, 

r.x.in 10 
Thurston, Ripley & Co. 26 West- 
minster, r. 10 
Tillinphast .James, 12 So. Main r. 10 
1 obey Johl! F. 28 North Main 
Truman N. H. Wood's bldp. room U 
Urquhart J. W. 2* North M 
Van sivck C. M. 21) We' " 
Van Slyck Nicholas, 1 ( 
Vincent & Carpenter. 61 Westminster n () i ni «. s j. p. 81 Cranston 

room 10 
Warner E. F. 83 Westminster, r. 16 Lime, Cement, Sand, 
West GeoreW. 14 Westminster . 

Whitman Henry B. 1.1 Market sq. Hair, Plaster, &c. 

Wilson Charles A. 12 Butler Exch. 

3d floor (Sec also Mason <* Building Materials) 

Wood Herbert B S* Westminster „ _. . 

Wed., ... C. B. * W,,„„i„ 9 ., r , 10 glSKw SSSffl Wil 
Lead Pipe & Sheet Lead j enc kes D. C. 48 South Water 

1 



Leather, Findings, &c. 

I [Ser also /:>>»/ and Shoe Finding*.) 
pLRLlMJAME WILLIAM C. « CO. 
lf at) Each, place («.-e papo'.J04) 
Bash K. W. & Co. Kl North Main 
England Ira I. 4:? Exchange ptaca 
Farnum C. £ Co. HA Exchange place 
Benton Button Fasti uerCo. T>i Eddy 
Irons Waterman, 242 High 
Jenks & Co. 7 College 
Kenvon Curtis N. 44 South Main 
Martin & Potter, £2 Custom House at. 
Rcvendhle Heel Co. 4U9 Pine 
Rose F. M. 52 Exchange place 
Sanborn Andrew J. 4.'5 Exchange I>1 

Library, 

(See. also Circulating Libraries.) 
Providence Public Library, 2d floor, 
Butler Exchange 



Dealers. 



Lining Metal. 



PHILLIPS THOMAS & CO, 75, 77, Will TE STILLMAX, 1 Bark ( 
7'.' & 85 South Main (maoufs. see »' 



page 261) 
Link & Chain Mannis. 



front col'd |>ngi 

PBOVJDEXCE LEAD CO. W to A - ; 
South Main (see front cold pace) 
TMCF. STARKWEATHER A CO. Ingnlls Patent Link Co. 18 Custom 
*■*■ 2-"> Exch. pi. (see tirst back cold House st. 

pope) 
Tillinghast L. II. & Co. 123 Dorrance Liquors, "Wines, &c. 

Lead and Color Matiufs. A dam* 'John, W Hardenburg 

l-'J Cranston. Aiken o. It. K2 Dorrance 
-so, Ai.trih Charies, HH Broad 

& CO, Li to 19 Alrtrk-h II. A. 8 1-2 Weybossct 
Exchange Armstrong John, 181 Canal 

Astrap S. « Co. -7 Fulton 
Leather Axle Washers, BMmWrd John, m\ Broadway 

Hainwn John, WO Prairie avenue 
Bead John R. 276 Dyer Harden P. Hi Richmond 

'Barnard Henry, apt. |f»2 High 
Leather Belting:. BlighJohn Mrs. 50 Orange 

Booth Thomas, II Dehiiue 
|> BOW X BROS. & CO. .".7 Exch. Bower* A. 28 Onmge 
1 place, fsit- inside from cover) Brndlev John, |0»i IhYhmond 
plK(.K» a. k si»N. IKK N... Main Hrsdy ".Limes, 31 Bonn 

branch office, {ft! Weybosset (*ee Hnttly James T. 27:? Eddv 
_ P*ge246j Brndv Philip, 1.71 Rirhmond 

T5URLIXGAME WILLIAM C. A CO. Rrahanv Luke, P,l Sexton 

5b Exchange pi. (see page 2»B) Hrunnipan Daniel :»■."'. Hipii 
Fairhrother N. 27 Custom Bousast Brannipan P. .1. My High 



LKJUOKS, WINE*, ETC. 



18.") 



1 



Brennan James 21 Martin 
Brennan James, Potter's 

Madison 
Bnnvi & Co. 447 nigh 
Hrown NeDon, 2S7 Broad, 



Fitzgerald F. W. :f;B No. Main 
re. cor. Flanagan Jimen, Ml Webster 
Flanagan John, ItSCIinrlel 
! •Knn Patrick, S4H Atweil'l ove. 
" ertv Michael. •_".» S. Main 



Bfucker'a Exchange, Custom House Foley John, ~>7 Wh k 

street Furlong Thoma«, 177 N. Main & 1W« 

Buckley John J. S Mill ! Eddy , 

Buckley Joseph, Hfcl Amherst Gafftwy Pntri.k. 4'.'.'. lM.lv 

Bnrnham Geo. L. ks Wcvhosset Gallagher Andrew, I'M Charles 

Butler Thomas II. 160 High Gallagher .<: Mt-Mnlmn, 16 s. Main 

Cahir Patrick, 79 Martin iGalligani Peter, !'.») Wiekenden 

Campbell Isaac, 11 Clem eflcfc |Gnllogly Langhlin, 23 Atwell's ave. 1 

Campbell Owen, 90 Dorrance and 138 ««»d ;;,,,> Broad 



Eddy 

Campbell J. k E. & Co. r>'Jl Eddy 

Cannon Peter, 80 Back 

Carberry Pierce, Ives, eor. Power 

Carpenter E. A. 262 S. Main 

Carreher Patrick, CO High 

Carroll Cornelius, (J'.' Ives 

Carroll Hugh, 7112 Eddy 

Carter II. L. .'i Post Office conrt 

Caulfield Michael. 553 Edflv 
I Checklev J<.hn. 98 So. Main 
I Claneey William, "1:; No. Main 
i Clark P. & Co. 203 Broad 
I Collins Edward J. 13 Chaffee 
J Conley John, .'?.« Potters ave. 
: Connollv Peter. :$(> Cranston 
i Cooney James F. 527 Kddy 

I Coonev John P. (wholesale), 14 i Hanhy Mil hael. S77 Hie* 
J Canal Jlanley Thomas G. 341 High 

, Cosgrovc Michael, . n »!H 8. Main Harrop Abraham, Ki Mantun ave. 

; Cox Francis, L'41* liver Hart N. L. 77 S. Main 

j Coylc J. II. 40 Cove Hazard J..hn V. M Appleton 

i Creed Peter, jr. 658 Atwell's Ave. Harvey l{. II. 315 Fountain 
| Crohan James, Admiral, c. Hawkins llealv Edward I2*.» (anal 
: Crowther II. 14 Canal Heaiev John, MB N. Main 

! Darcy Edward II. 109 Canal HeffernHn Patrii k. 1**25 High 

Darey William W. :*V> Eddy Heller Gelles, BIO Smith 

Degnnn Thomas, JB7 Plain and 800 Hendngwav Geo. '1 MeXenl lane 
Eddy Herrick Albin.SPJ Broadway 

Deiguan Patrick. H4 Richmond Heathi Edward J. [SI Richmond 

: Delanev J, A. 1B7 Charles Dickey W. V. Hd S. Main 

Deritt Edward & Michael, 4 Wicken- Higgina Patrick F. 434 & 401 fran 



Gallngly MichaelJ. 27 R. Main 

Geary Frances, 4"> Smiih 

Goodwin Patrick, BO Randall 

Gorman Hugh .t Co. 14 Wh-kendcu ! 
! Gorman Michael, 340 High 

Gorton William II. 21 1--' Wash'n ! 
! Grace Joseph, 27B S. Main 

Gravlin William i:. 60 Ship 

Gray Thomas, 4 Wayne 

flKEEXE JOHN W. 45 Exch. place.' 

yj (wholesale) 
I Greene & Co. 5H Oranpo 
! Green halph James Mrs. 11 Uniou A 
1 U Hardenhurfr 

Crimes Thomas, 125 Pine 

Hanley James (wholesale). 166 No. 
; Main 



Dodd Willinm II. rear IS Fulton 
i Dohertv James, Oxford, c. Miner 
1 Dougherty James, ¥.) Atwell's av< 
I Doyle Edward L. IBS Charles 
' Doyle Michael. 7:.;; No. Main 
; Doyle Peter, 140 < Uarles 
: Doyle Pbilip A. l:\iCnnaI 

DruryJohn, 331 Broadwav 
i Drury Peter, V ill. v, c. Cornell 
Duffy Patrick, 10 Norfolk 
Duffy William, 7.", ihmfrlas ave. 
Dwytr Edward, B4S XoT Main 
Eddy J. <,. Si Co. II Custom Hu 

street 
Edmonds William. I!>2 Canal 
F.nos Joseph 1'. 46* S. Main 
Fanning Bart. 26 8. Water 
Farrcll James, [0 M 
Parrel I Thomas, 28.". Vallav 
Fay Janus. SOB Hijrh 
tenner skerry A. 4»*» Washington 



Hill Job W. 47<» High 

Ilines Edward. 127 Amherst 

Mines Henrv F. 9S Hardenburg 

liogan Michael, 77*; Eddv 

Hoifon John F. ■',:',; N. M,,i u 

Hovle J.-.shua rj»; ( anal 

llugliea Jfikn ft.JM smith 

Hupl.es Thomas. 7.", Martin 

Jerome J. K. 7s Canal 

John-ton William. 4B Webster 

Kench Setli, 4tl Hi-h 

K<-. fe Mii.dia.eL Fea^zie, n, D- uglaa 

iivenue 
K,- pffe John. 290 N. Main 
K. iv [tros pine, p. p»«ck 
Kellej .'. h»,. [<»! India 
Krntiedy Lawrence. 1" Market W|. 
Kciumlj .v Gouglt, •'!! Itroadway 
Keruu-y Patrick, BSH Potters av. 
Kteenan |trysu,M Charles 
Ki« man J'-i-.u R. i < o. East, i orner 

VVi. keaden 



186 LIQUORS, WINE 


s, 


ETC.— -LOCKSMITHS. 


Kinder William Mrs. In Wiekcnden 


Prior P.. 3M N. Main 


Knott Benjamin. "_'(J7 Smith 




Proctor It. & Co. 11)77 !fi-l> ami 1 A o 


Lndd '1 liomas, .']'.•( ran.-tiii and 


W7 


Fountain 


! nigh 




Oninn Mi« liael, !'.«> South 


1 Lannon Peter, 15 Norfolk 




Reddy William. 17 Washington 


: l.awioi. Jonas. 5.1 Mantmi live. 




Hi i>l Own, I.Vintul 158 Randall M|. 


; Uncli Augustus \. 76 Weyhosaat 




ic« illv llaniel, 4.<i Crauateu 


i r.ci»rh George, ItfX'anal 




i;« v«ns John, :M point 


Fichtenherp Carl, KS line 




Reynold* Jam--. 472 Atwells uvo. 


I Link J..!, n s. 2 1-2 Post Office ct. 




Rogers Bro*. ft* aud 71 I% — 


1 Lynch Patrick, IflOEddy 




Round* Char}, s A. N N. Main 


Mm "Samara Bros, (wholesale). 


14' 


Knt-h Daniel. W) Summer 


! Canal 




Rvan John F. 4U ik-aupa 


i Maguh-e Bros. 82 Brook and 163 


So 


Snliahurj- K. s. 2 Canal 


1 Wafer 




Schneider W. Branch av. n, Douglas 


1 Muguire Hugh, ?V> A twill's nve. 




avenue 


' Mnhoney Patrick, I; if) So. Main 




Simmons Mirhacf, 257 AfwvlPi ave. 


j Manning Thomas. :W Julian' 




Smith . I..-. •!•!.. MM Fountain 


1 Markey l\t< r I). 2*5 So. Maiu 




Smith Terence, 31.*i Broadway 


1 Martin Owen 2d, 4W & «*d X. Ma 


in 


Sprague A. W. [H Fountain ' 


Marvotl T. 6*. *.» Fouutaiu 




St. nrns Frank N. (importer), 48 


M. AleerJos««ph,5N ( hariea 




L'nioii 


; Mr Andrews 1'. U<! Wiekcnden 




Sullivan Daniel, 213 Cranston 


1 M< Anile John Mi-. IM N. Main 




Suiiivan Michael, 22 Wh-kendcn 


McCnhe Patrick,.'?! Julian 




Sullivan Patrick, . '5)1 Wiekcnden 


[ M-Carfv Mi.hael, I.Vl Kdify 




Sullivan Patrick J. I Peck 


■ MeCouuell Bros. «tt W««st River 




Sullivan P. A. 27 Julian 


M< L'u-k. r Ja'im -s A. sn Plain 




Sullivan T. J. BoWer, c. Ives 


Mehouahl Henrv, 11 Orange 




Sweet Ceo. F. 18 Wevhowrt 


McKlroy John, -is 1 .) Bddv 




Taft Geo. H. 77 Diamond 


McElrov Joint F. .'» liver 




Thornton John W. 5« Chaffee 



tv James. ttS High 
■ty .John. 2)>Miucr 
■ty John IF. Branch evenue, 



•Tiadale C. H. ■"' Hard.-nhurg 
Tally John 12.1 S. Water 
Tuinmin Stephen A. - Wickeuden | 
I waste Wallace Thomas I 1H Applafon 

: McIJale Michael, KM) So. Water' 11<J Walsh .(aims E. k Thomas, -^77 X. 
1 Charles and ll.'J Douglas av. Main 

McKcnns Mr- ha el F. IMi Plain Walah Patrick, H76 lliph 

: Me Ma h on Janies, '.nil Iii-h Walsh Richard. ?A Pond 

M.Mann* James, 12H Hospital Ward John P. 121 Richmond 

i McMaugh Stephen, 45ii Atwell's ave. Wntt* Catharine, At well's ave. cor. 
: MeNallv Alfred. S'A X. Main Fnit 

I McGuaid Daniel, 124 & 120 Charles Wesson S. A. 4ADyee 
i MeVi. ker John. 17 Acorn Wood Geo. L. 182 Smith 

Mitchell Benjamin. Ill Fountain Wright James IF 2.V\;India 

! VfOHOXKY PATRICK, 28 and 29 S 
! JU Water, (see page 'JS',) 
; Morriu Patrick, &io X. Main 
| Mulvey P. Mrs. 261 Eddy 

Munroc J. S. 15.'? S. Main iTTELLOGG, PRIXTER, 19 West'r. 

t Murphy Owen, .".Vl S. Main .-TV (gCv . p;1;r ,, v,,-,) 

i Murray John, Potter's av. c. Brattle Prov. Lithograph Co. 24 Calendar 
, Xaylor Juilah, 2U7 Mauton av, Sanderland Lerov, ."> Custom House 

I Xaylor William II 207 Hn.ad street 

i Xichols Frank 0. 85 Wej-bosset -» i «*i 

, Xolan Patrick W. l«U ISroa.l Locksmiths. 

Xolan Timuthy II. Mrs. 281 Fouu r (See also BeU Hanger*.) 

Bennett L. 121 Broad 



YOVXG &, LVOX. Hope Block, .22 
j A- X. Main, (see page -itMi ) 

Lithographers. 



i Xiij-vnt Michael IF 44 « Grange 
| Xye George, .^1 Wevhosset 

Ryrne Bernard. J< •-' Plaiu 

O'Donnell Mil ha el, InS Canal 
. tJ'Feary Com, lius. 21 12 S. Main 
j M'Mara J. 270 Atwell's axe. 
: O'Xeil John. 2 Otis 

O'Beilly James, lis.; \. Main 

Owens John, 3)1 Oranjre 

Palmer St Madigau, liiemiship, eor. 

llav 



Fousnimter Charles, 12P.urrill 
Kenm-dv Thomas F. I"". V Main 
Little Charles I. » Wevlmaact 
Malonev ,\ Ryau, 15 1-2 C tllege 
\jeKl':\ZlF A. W. 1) Randall, (see 
■» |.age2»H) 
pOPE C. F. .'';! Weybosset, (see 

Stewart < o- •• ."-'> Iiichmond 



LOCOMOTIVE MAN'FFS. — MACHINISTS, ETC. 187 ' 

Locomotive Marufs. Machinists ami Machin- 
ery Maitufs. 



Looking Glass and Pic- 
ture Frame III a nut's. 
{Set*l*a rirtnre Franks.) 
| VOsr, s. M. 11 Westminster, (see 
I ' front colored pope) 
i U'ATFKMAN 1 A. 2B7 Westm r 

| Loom Picker Maitufs. 

T5ROWN BROS, h C.....7 Exchange 
u pi. (see inside front cover) 
HUKGESS A. .V s* >X, Crj X. Main, 
JJ bniucii otli.e, g| Weybossct, 



' 1» 



.kip 



Lubricating Oil. 

(See also Oil Dealers.) 



PICE. STARKWEATI 

ii 23 Exchange pL (s« 

colored page J 



i Lumber Dealers. 

! Angell II. M. &. Co. 4K> S. Main 
Buftlett J. 10 liutler Exchange, 3d 
! floor 
; gt'KKOWS ft KFXYOX. £}< High 

Carpenter C. II. Gano, n. India, of- 
! flee, 28 Weybossct 
J Carpenter F. F. 22 Branch av. 

Fogg Ezra D. li". Westminster 
| Gumey Joseph It. & Co. 434 8. Main 

KENYON, GR1MWOOD ft CO. .VJ7 
Hip!. 
Eawton William E. ft Co. 15 Point 
Moulton ,t mpraharo. 22 Mill 
VfOWKY WILLIAM G. K. ft CO. 
i,A 4." S. Main, (see page 242) 
MURRAY ROBERT M. 270 Over, 
|£* (see page 242) 
l >>ole C. II. ft Co. Harris ave. near 
Acorn 
| pOTTER JAMES A. ft CO. %i 
Westminster, (southern &. white 
pine, see page 242) 
letter ft Gardiner. 201 F.ddy 
l.ICE A. B. ft CO. 210 Cranston 
I JJ I 

Eire Bros. 3 Exchange 
Titus Nelson, III Marvin 
Wrlhnaw H. E. (bv the cargo) 1 S. 

Water 
WSaeor A Brown, Broad c. Pearl | 

Machine Forging. 

Villi ER W. II. ft CO. Hft> Klii 
^ L (sec pape -j.-.S) 



Ameriean siiip Wimllai 
machinery Ji Frank S. Muni 
Fust Liver, near Led Bridge 
Angell Water Wheel Co. Calender 
FLIXOFLL HENRY ft CO.ri.CIit- 
13 ford, (see |mge 2IJ0) 
Rrown Ceorpe W. rear s'.t Aburn 
Brown I. s. ft c. X. rear MSI Ahorn 
Brown A Kuarpe .Maim;. Co. Prom- 

enarie, near Park 
Bullion* Willi... n <;. Ill Frond 
Cits Maeliine Co. lhtnin av. ,-. Acorn 
/ 'LAI I. IX C. .1. ft CO. < i.ve Lands 
v -' (dealers, see page 24«) 
ClegpJohn, L'l Friendship 
/ oliLIss STEAM ENGINE (<>. 
^ Geo. H. Corlios, ireas. Cliarles 
sr. L.U. crossing, (see front col'd 

Cruickshank George M. ft Co. 286 

1)\< r, (>t«:.tii engines) 
Daws.. n l\ C. 24 Caleuder 
Doming Morris B. 7HOntuge, (dealeT) 
Diamond Emerv Wheel and Machine 

Co. 2»Cltt!'ord 
Elm .■street Machine Shop. James 8. 

Anthonv. agent, Fin., c. Hutlvr 
Franklin Foumiry and Machiue Co. 

S. C. Blodgett. jr. treas. Charles 

street, (cotton muehinerv) 
Fullerlroii Wurks. F. Fuller, spent. 

410 and 418 SouthMain 
pAEtilDE JOHN, 50 Westminster, 
v * (importer, see pape 282) 
Gibson George J. 361 Eddy 
Gladding Henry C. 21 Friendship 
Granger Foundry and Machine Co. 

101 Gaspee 
EJ ARRIS WILLIAM A. Park st. 
-*•■*- six minutes walk west irom 
passenger station, (see front 
colored page) 

HAYDEN D. W. 31 Pearl, (eotton. 
see pa pi • 2M ) 

TEJOIIX, 1 70 Eddy and 



HEATH COTE JOI 
til) Friendship 
[TICKS GIDEON G. 444 So. Main 

HOPE & CO. 102 Cove, (see page 
274 1 
Hunt C. F. agt. HO Dorranre, fdeaUr) 
\|AS«>N V. W. ft CO. Lafayette, 
J - yj - rear 405 High, (friction pulleys, 
see opp. page 144) 

MeWILi.lAMS MFC, CO. John 
Me Williams, trens. 237 Eddy, 
(jewelers' tools and Special ma- 
chinerv) 
Mo. auy John, 11." Fine 
riirkn.son Edward, 21 Friendship, 

(sewing nnt< him s) 
Ferry W illiain IL 2SS Dyer, (dealer) 



183 



MACHINISTS, ETC.— MANUP. COMPANIES. 



Providence Extractor <'«>. s. D. irPAYLOK CHAM. F. S Custom Ho 
enc, agent nud treas. 23 Potter i J -_ »tr.«.-r, (see page ■"' 



Providence Machine Co. (cotton), T I I17EAYKH <-r 

J. Hill, pres. and treas. MM Eddy f »' loll lUftTU, (see pug.- 2t*» 



. Steam Engine Co. :]?;> to 879 

South Ma 



rEAVKH GEOHUE E. 
loll iiijrh, (s«* page 
Manuf. Coiniianlea. 



PROVIDENCE STEAM AND GASj(£e« bJ«o Coftoaaiul If'oetai Manu/s.) 

5. P "' E . SP* V i , , J , ';.-' ,r : !'; <1,ly , I Abbott Kun Co. H. W. Wilkinson, 
treas. (cotton), 54 North Mum 
Albion Co. J. II. ,<c 3. Chace, trees. 
(cotton), 17 Exchange 

ALLEN II UK DEIT. SUPPLY CO. 
S. (J. Colwell, treas. Eddv, cor. 



Prov. Tool Co. 14S Went Hirer and 
109 Wick ehden 

It. I. Braiding Machine Co. HO Aborn 

R. I. Machine Co. Geo. Chattel ton, 25 
Randall 

Richards I. P. 118 Acorn, (punches) j Friendship fsee nacre 297 

lOHACKFORD A. 105 Orange, (seej A!len ., p ri nt Works, W. Seabury 
! P«e?e2M). , lftfflli , , j Simmons, treas. 31 Market square 

Star Tool Co. (tools), 40 Clifford | A llenduie Co. (cotton, Ac), -1 So. 

! TiUinfihusr J. A. 22, Eddy i Main 

TL'ILLETa MANCF. CO.203 Eddy,, AlIll . ri( . nn Knamel Co. Charles A. 

W" (ace psge 2..2) j Oairm-ell, treas. 17 Warren 

OODJTWINSOR, 122 Dorrance| Amt . r i cnn S( . r ,. w Co . Et i w iii <;. An- 
j gell, pres.oW Eddy and 21 Stevens 
Machinists* Tools Manfs. i American Ship Windlass Co. Frank 
I 8. Manton, agent, East Elver, mar 
i Brown & Sharpc Manuf. Co. Prom-] j» t .,i itridgc 

i enade, near Park I American Wood Paper Co. William 

, Darling, Brown & Sharpc, Promen- s . Slater, treas. 2d Westminster 
! ade, near Park (Angell Water Wheel C... Calender 

! Malleable Iron Manufs. Aquidneck Mill, Hope Block, 24 No. 

Main 
< R. I. Malleable Iron Works. S. W. Arkwright Mannf. Co. E. C. Bucklin. 
I Kil vert, agt. office 304 Eddy ; treas. 17 Exchange 

Malt, aild Hops. Atlantic Manuf. Co. E.F.Philips. 

i ■ I trcas. 6, Stewart 

Keily Brothers, Cedar, cor. Barney Atlantic Mills. Owen Bros, agents. 

j Manufacturers' ««PpUe*.i A ;^^'% pra ^ eMat|ufactufe|t ( , o 

' Bridge George, 2fi Exchange place 3 Exchange place 

; IJROWN BROS. & CO. 87 Ex-i Baker S. W. Manuf. Co. S.W.Baker, 

i -*-' change place, (see inside front agent, J. M. Hull, treas. ".'> Wey- 

cover) ! bosset 

; Browne & Sharpe Manuf. Co. Prom- Barstow Stove Co. A. C. Barstow, jr. 
j enade, near Park ; freas. Point, cor. Chestnut 

BURGESS A. A SON, 092 North Belleville Manuf. Co. ti South Water 
Main, branch office MO Weybos- Berkeley Co. Coddard & I*age, agts. 
set, (see page 2 Id) j 4S South Main 

BURGESS COP TUBE CO. 5 Cus- Bernon Manuf. Co. A. D. Loekwood 
torn House st. (see page 240) ; A Co. treas. 31 Market square 
I Burlingame George H. 172 Broad Blackstone Manuf. Co. Guddard Bros. 

Chambers, Calder A Co. 10 Exeh. pi. sgents, ts South Main 
j Felker Philip, 408 High, (mill Blackstone Woolen Co. B. W. Evans, 
| brushes) treas. 4.' I North Main 

Franklin Foundry and Machine Co. Brass Stove Knob Co. William Cun- 
| g. C. Blodget. jr. treas. Charles st. litV. atrent. 11! Summer 
1 (cotton machinery) BROOKLYN WHITE LEAD CO. 

j rjARSIDE JOHN, 30 Westminster, lJ Kice. Starkweather,* Co. agts. 
' " (see page 2*2) 'S> Exchange pi. , >ee first back 

; riOWDKV J, A £ SON. 40 Clifford, colore.! page) 

| ^* (see page 2401 Brown A- Sharpe Manuf. Co. Prom- 

I YJAYDEN DANIEL W. \\ Pear!, enade, near Park 



«ge 2K4) Ruihl< 

Holbrook A. ,t c. W. MS No. Main Camp 
IOHNSON OL1VEB A CO. Ml to 19 Co. 
° Exchange 
Little F. P. 40 Wevhomet 



' Ir 






1! Mills. J. I'. Campbell .v 
i o. o South Water 
Central Falls Woolen Mill. Geo. A. 
Seiurravc. ireas. 01 Westminster 

K1CE, STAKKWEATHEB A CO. Central Manuf. Co. \. 1? Feiiner, 
2.1 Exchange place, (sec tirst treas. « South Wat«-r 
back colored page) City Machine Co. Harris av. e. Aeon, 



MANUF. COM PA NIKS. 



189 



j Clinton Manuf. Co. Robert Knight, Grecni ill.- Mfcr. Co. tcotton goods), 
treas. 26 Exchange place 26 Exchanjre piece 

Clyde Bleachcry and Print Work*, 8. Greemrfrh hrinl Work-, J. C. Hut- 
H. Greene A Son, South Water, c. tcrworth,jr. agent, :W Wevhnsaet 
College Gruarenor Dale Co. William' Gros- 

ConiMoi k Foundry Co 55 Rpraguc eenor, agent, 17 N. Main 
pOKI.lss HTfSAM ENGINE CO. Gfaton Marmf. Co. (cotton goods), 
v George II. Corliss, trees. Charles C M. 6 W. 8. Smith, agents, 2 S. 
st. U.K. croaking, (ace front eol'd Water 

page) Harris Mnnuf. Co. E. C. BoekHn, 

Coventry Co. S. Harris, agent, 74 treas. 17 Kxehange 
j Westminster Harriaville Marmf. Co. (cassimeres), 

Cranston Print Works, A. & W. William Tfnkham, K. II. Hall 

Spraguc Maiiiif. Co. 3 Kxch. place Heaton Button Fastener Co. 234 
Cramp ton Co. 24 North Main Eddy 

l)IAMO.\L> HILL GKAN1TK CO. , Hebron Mnnuf. Co. B. B.A K. Knight, 
1J Geo. F. Wilson, ]m-s. Joseph W.j agents, !£i Exchange pi. 

Coffin, sec. and treas. 5 Custom Holden Mills, Geo. Nightingale, apt. 
House at. mi. 8, (see papre 248) I 54 X. Main 
Dodgeville Mill, B. B. & 11. Knight, Hope Co. Goddard Bros, agents, 4>« S. 

agents, 26 Exchange place i Main 

Bunnell Manuf. Co. C. P.. Ferns- jHngbesdale Manuf. Co. T. H. Hughes, 
worth, (calico printers), VS Cnual i prea. T. F. Hughes, treas. 21 Cus- 
Dyerville Manuf. Co. A. N. Beck with. I torn 11. -us,- at, 
troas. (bleached good.-*), 21 South Ingalls Manuf Co. Wni. J. Miller, 
Water | treas. LS Custom House St. 

Elbu Woolen Mills, Daniel Day A Co. Unman Manuf. Co. John S. Fenner, 

12 South Water j treas. Ill Broad 

Elm Street Machine Shop, James S.Jackson Mill Co. C. Lippitt, 19 S. 
Anthony, agent, Kim. cor. Butler Water 
I Eureka Nailing Machine Co. A. C. J. V. Smith Mnnuf. CO. 'J7 Custom 
Howard, treas. Ill Broad House st. 

Excelsior Box Co. near the P, A W. Kendall Manuf. Co. .Nicholas She!* 

K.K. above Charles st. crossing don, treas. Friendship, c. Paffe 

Fall River Iron Works Co. T. H. Kent Woolt*u Co. Charles F. Mason, 

Brownell. agent, 71 South Water treas: :J2 Canal 

Fiskeville Mill, B. B. & li. Knight, 26 LaureM.de Chemical Works Co. 43 

Exchange place S. Main 

Fitehville Manuf. Co. H. O. Sturges. Lawrence Felting Co. J. Banig&n. 

treas. 4* South Main agent, 4 Market sq. 

TTLKICIIKK MANIT. CO. J. S. Lirtcolu Mauuf. Co. 16 Byron 
- 1 - Urm sine, treas. 47 Charles, (see Lippitt Co. Jeflry Davis, treas.. 74 

page 247) Westminster 

"POKKST KIVER LEAD CO. Bice, Lippitt Woolen Co. Charles II. Mer- 
! x Starkweather & Co. acrts. 'Jo Ex- riman, treas. ;}7 Weybosset 
j change pi. (see first, bade cold p.) Lock wood Co., A. 1). Look wood, 
For**tdale Manuf. Co. 'J Market s. ( . i treas. 65 Westminster, room 8 
Franklin Foundry and Machine Co. Lonsdale Co. Goddard Br<». agents, 
- Sum'l C. Blodget, jr. treas. Charles 4S S. Main 

street Manchaag Co. Lewis Dexter, treas. 

'Franklin Manuf. Co. (Merino and 65 Westminster, room 8 

L'nion Mills), Amos D. Smith & Co. Man ton Mill, Goddard Bros, agents, 
• agents. College, cor. South Water 48 S. Mam 

.Fuller Iron Works and Machine Manvi lie Co. Wm. A. Tucker, treas. 
; sh-.p, b\ Fuller, agt. 4l«> S. Water 8 S. Water 

Goydyear's M. R. Shoe Co. J. Hani- Mechanics' Manuf. Co. Foster A 
! pan. agent, 4 Market square Nightingale, S S. Water 

Goritam Manuf. (Jo. (silver and alec- Miles Alarm Till Manuf. Co. A. O. 
I tro-plated ware), G.Thurber, treas. Miles, treas. 149 Broad 
I »6 North Main Miller Iron Co. Sterns Httchins, 

[Granger Fonndnr and Machine Co, treas. College, c. S. Water 

W. s. Granger,' treas. 101 Gaspee Monohasset Manuf Co. George W* 
: Granite Mill, W. Vanghau, agent, '27 Holt, agent, 4:; N. Main 

Custom House street Moodus Mauuf. Co. J. H. A J. Chace, 

; Cireni Mill. B. B. & It. Knight, agts. agents, 17 Exchange 

& Exchange place Moras Mills. S. Dorr, treas. ."V4 M. 

Greene Marmf. Co. S. Harris, airent. Main 
Irotton), 74 Westminster 



190 



MAM' I'. COMPANIES. 



•■ Xainquitt Mill, Hope Block, 24 N. Provident* Potterr Co. Wm. P. 
i Main Ha thaws v. h ■••■ur. IV s. Wat. r 

' N'arragansett Collar Co. Samuel F. pKoviiM.NCK PRESS CO. Sewn. 1 
Hilton, treas. »V"i Stewart x paper. Hook ami .lob Printing, 

; Rational Rubber Co. \. <>. Bourn, Sidney Dean, agent, !'•_' Wey- 

1 treaa. 7 Exchange pi. bosaet and W Dyer, ((see page 

Nayatt Brick Co. N. !•'. Potter, treas. :y»»i 

I 1.1S Dyer Providence Saw Works, '_'." Calendar 

New England Butt Co. F. A. Stan- pROVIDEXCE STEA5I AM* (SAM 

hope, agent. :M Pearl L PIPE CO. Frederick Grinnull, 

• Now England Cork Co.."* College pres.J. c. Hats horn, tn as, Pine. 

New England Corset Co. 17:5 West- c. Eddy 

minster Providence Steam Enrinc Co. T. W. 

Nicholson File Co. W. T. Nicholson, Phillips, see. ::7.', S. Main 

prcs. lis Arorn Providence Strain .Mill. Amoa I). 

' Nightingale Mills. G. C. Nightingale, Smith & Co. amenta, S. Water, cor. 
treas. o4 X. Main College 

Oriental Mills, Alfred A. Beed, jr. Providence Thread Co. fl. W. Mow- 
j treas. 2 Market sq. ry. tn as. .", Custom Ho. st. room SI 

1 Orion Mill, P. M, Mathewson & Co. 10 Providence Tool Co. .). II. Anthony, 
i SouHi Water j pres. 148 West River and U5 Wick* 

i Puwtueket Thread Co. G. E. Bar-! etiden 

: Btow, 276 Westminster iProvhlenee Waste Co. fff Werhoaael 

! Peacedale Manuf. Co. (shawls and pROViDEXCE Woof. MFG. I'd. 
! worsted eoatiaHS), R. Hazard, L Win. A. Stcere, agent, 7U and Si 
! treas. 5 Custom 'House st. room 41 Orange 

! Peckltam Mauuf. Co. GS Weybosset Providence Worsted Mills, Charles 

People's Concrete Co. :« Westmin- Fletcher, 441 Valley 
ster Quiduick Co. A. ,t W. Sprague, 3 Ex* 1 

Perkins Sheet Iron Co. Arrtasa change place 
Sprague, treas. 5o Sprague Quinebang Co. J. W. Danielson, 

Phenix Iron Foundrv, J. S. Anthony, treas. ♦!."» Westminster, room 8 
; agent, Eddy, c. Eim Rcadviiie Mill, It. B. .t B. Knight, 

I Pierce 11. L. Manuf. Co, :>S Friend- agents, L'G Ex chance place 
; ship Reversible Heel Co. 41 VPino 

I Point Street Iron Works, l."> Point Reynolds Manuf. Co. Rufus Watcr- 
, Pond Mill, Eddy * Street, 10 South man. jr. treas 4:! North Main j 

! Water Richmond Manuf. Co. F. E. Kioli-' 

! Ponemah Mills (cotton goods), E. P. montl, treas. Hope big. 'Ji X. Main 
I Taft, treas. 14 S. Water R. I. Bleach and Dye Works, (28 

I Pontine Bb-achery, B. 15. i: R. Knight,] Eddy. .J. C. Buttrrworth, agent, 3D 
1 agents, I'd Exchange pi. Weybosset 

; Pontiac MiU, B. B. &. R. Knight,agts. R. I. Braiding Machine Co. B. B. 
! 2<i Exchange pi. Edmunds, agent, S;> Aborn 

[Powhattuu Mills. Geo. C. Night- it. I. Coupling Manuf. Co. 80 Middle 
I frigate treas. MS. Main IC. I. Horse Shoe Co. M Exchange pt.i 

, Providence Builders' Association, X. It. I. Locomotive Works, Hemlock, 
I F. Potter, treas. 2 to *S Point near Valley 

: Providence Chemical Works, Dyer U. I. Malleable Iron Works, S. WJ 
i Bros, office, 2ti Westminster Kilvert. agt. office :>*'A Eddy 

I Providence Cotton Tie Co. u7 Wey- Rhode Island Machine Co. George] 
I bo&set Chatterton, treas. 25 Randall 

I Providence Dyeing, Bleaching and R. I. Spring Poller Co. William B. 
I Calendering Co. Stephen Cornell. Spencer, manager, 21 Friendship | 
j agent, Sabin, c. Mathewson [Riverside Worsted Mills, (woolen 

j Providence Dye Wood Co. Thomas goods), Aleppo, near Manton ave. : 
E.Chace, treas. 92 Canal Romford Chemical Works. E. X. 

Providence Extractor Co. S. D. Horsford, pres. ."»!) South \\ at> r 
i Keene, agent ami trefls. 25 Cotter Seituate Mfg. Co. 27 Custom Ho. at. I 
! Providence Cas Co. Alplieus B. Sla- Silver Spring Bleaching ami Dyeing 
i ter, treas. rear What Cheer bid sj. Co. I has. W. i.ippitt, treas. ..." 
, Providence «ms Burner Co. C. 11. Weyboaaet 
i Barney, treas. 10 Page Slater Woolen Co. H.N. Slater, jr. I 

Providence Iron Co. O. A. Wash- treas. G4 North Main 

burn, jr. treas. «?.( India Social Manuf. Co. Henry I.ippitt.' 

Providence Machiue Co. Thomas J. treas. (cotton goods), .'<7 Weyboa-j 
HUl, pres. and treas. i cootou man- set 
chiuery i, 564 Eddv Sprague A 4 W. Manuf. Co. 3 Ex- 

1 change p lace 



MANUF. COS.— MERCANTILE AGENCIES 
Sprajrue Mowing Machine Co. Tiusley MnrbU; Work 



. Mala 



AniitHn Spr.iK'ni', tr.-iM. .v> Spmjcuc 'POYE 4 HOLME)*, 5 Doyle av«. 

dtab eyelet ro. ti; Friendship, A - and m m it, iw p«ec2y7) 

k -> (see page 248) \I r AKUE.\s 448 and 152 in,h, (see 

Stillwater Woolen Milt, Edward »» im^L'l'n 



Pearce, jr. treas. 6 What CI 
I Build- 
Sun Bleachit 



Marblelzed Slate Mantel*: 

in Bleaching, Dyeing and Calen- \\'akren"s, 4ls and 1% lligb, (nee 
(taring Co. George Bridge, treas. 2U '» pa,e 244) 



Exchange place 
Sutton Mauaf. Co. II. X, Salter, jr. 
agent and treaa. r >\ North Main 
; npURKEY RKDDYKIXMCO. Ilenr] 



Masons. 



Eddy 



limit G< 

Huston Charles F. Raker, nen: 
Huston Ui.iaiuiii J. Cuij^r.w- 
Melrose 



Mason Henry !•'. Congress, near Mel-' 



uvernor 



SB John W. 30 Point 
C)l William V. lni hurra 
Ashworth, treaa. WUcux Build'- Harriiistnii John E. :tfl Cine 
I in r, room .Lj, Post Office Box Holdcu rrans, Bh'l Km.ht 

832, (see pose 277) i,llut George M. :« Dudley 

Union Carpet Sweeper Co. "1 Pearl 
Union Eyelet «'<». F. A. Young, treas 

Borden, near Clay 
Union Ice Co. .f. ('.. Johnson, treaa. k 1 ** 5 Awoa* Ufa i Carpenter 
W«y hosset, C Custom IIou.se st. 
1 Union Oil Cu. Lyman Klapp, agent, r " H,: 

203 an. I 205 India Millard Klterv, 1 1'.) William 

Union Wadding Co. Stephen Brown- FeekMames C. 36 Prairie jt 
i ell, treas. 4.S Exchange place. Boss Thomas R. & So,,, , , ( 

U. 8. Carpet Lining Co. 21 Paine Simmons .IommIi. <;<• John 
I U. S. Flax Manuf. Co. Win. Spraguc, Steere John C. i'.T Broadway 

pres. Amasa Sprague, treas. 3 Ex- Masons' Building BfatC- 
i chaage place ri-iU " 

i Valley Bleachcry, Stephen Cornell, .. ,, .. „ ,-,,.* . 
! a .r e ,, t 14 s-ibin Hunt E. M. & Co. * Weybossot 

Valley Falls Co. 3 Market square Manchester & Hudson, foot of Elm i 

Valley Mill Co. E. H. Robinson, * r " v V,r m ' 1 * lJu,|,1, " r \ As>o,mtmn. N. 
treaa, 1<> South Water K « ottor > tr, '" s - -« 4 " U(i b Point j 

i Valley Worsted Mills, (yams, br'ds, Mat tress Manufacturers. 

Wanskm'^Co* IF J. Steere, treas. SO fJAEPFNTFR EDSON, 40 High.' 
! Exchange place , (see page 27lM 

i Waure^an Mills, E. P. Tart, treas. 14 Carpenter F. IF "Ji.9 Westminster,; 
! South Water, (cotton goods) | (Pino— Palnnno) 

; Weybosset Mills, Tuft, Weedcn & Co. I-arren Bros. & Cn. 4 Hiirh 
I agents, 20 Exchange place lK W J? E * , WILLIAM, opp. 123 

White Hock Mill, B. B. & It. Knight, Canal, (see opp. page fs> 

' u ?, Exrh *!!" e l;V l<e - r . c ,' Measurers of Work, 

WillianisviUe Manut. Co. Samuel 
( Foster, treas. S South Water T.TALL CLIFTON A. 12 Market Bq.l 

Windham Manuf. Co. K. W. Watson, J - L (*c« P«gc 306) 
treas. Rank Commerce bldg, Mar- Mechanical Engineers. ' 

set square ** , 

Winsor Mill Co. W. Vaaghau, treas.' Angell Water Wheel Co. Calender 

27 Custom House street Iladley B. II. 20 Clifford 

j^Woonsocket Co. M. R. I. Goddard, Lake Charles A. 13 Market sq. 

treas. 31 Market square Nudd Carlos, 63 Westminister 

j Woonsocket Rubber Co. J. Bannigan, S2HEDD .v SAWYER, &j Westm'rj 

agent, 4 Market square ^ (see page L".>7) 

Marble Workers. '° p«gt> 268) 
T> ROOKS STEPHEN & CO. 268 M**««*tt*e Agencies. I 

Cranston, (see pa.:e -'TO Bradstreet, The Co., J. Bowvn' 

Burns Charles, 77d North Main Slade. 4'.i Weybosset 

Bums John & Co. 133 Charles i'OMMFKCIaF REC.T8TER PUB- 

L'AKSUM J, w. 13 Winter, (see.^ L1SH1NG CO. IS Custom House 

HpAgC '- >5 >l> St. room .">, (st-e opp. pajre 49) 

ILL CASPEB, 292 Cranston, (see Dun R. tt. & Co. W. H. Cannron 
pa-e 262) manager, 65 Westminster 

Lpbdell C. P. &f« High Merchants .^ Manuf. Mercantile ami 

McGui*an James vt Co. 210 Fountain Coll. agency, 27 Custom House »t 
ringley Henry P. 4 Exch. (dealer) room 5 



W2 



H E RCAN TILE AOENCI ES— M () N I M.K N T A L, ETC. 



Hurst Isabella, H5 1-2 Charles 
Luther L. J. .t Co. 24 1 Wc-nni'r 
Manchester It. V. 227 Friendship 
I MA Iti IN A.T. MKS. v.* and 41 Ar 
•Wi cade, (see pnge 272) 
Martin Jane Mn». 51 Arcade 
Martin Loui-e .J. jlti Broad 
M<-(abe Katie, 37 Arcade 
Milkman S. & Co. Hi I West minster 
Moulton K. O. 48 Cranston 
N'tvin Kate Mitw, 2HU Westmin»t«r 
Newell L. I). .'. Sou, 1-7 Westm'r 
Oxx E. I*. 20 Abiirn 
Peck & Harris, 210 Westminster 
lVrrv Susan, :<> Arcade, 
Pettis O. E. Mrs. mi Oxford 

Phcneplacc Sl Seagravc, 65 Westm'r. !! h ;I ii .! , 'i M, 1 '^'^'::.- 1 ^ 1 ' 

Smith A. L». & Co. So. Water, cor. 
College 

Waterman Rtifus,43 North Main 

Weeden Benjamin D. 41 Westminster !' 



SntTbrdA Fornechon, II. s. Parmelei 
manager, 5 Custom Ho. st. nn. U 

Merchant Tailors. 

(See Tailors.) 

Merchants. 

Arnold Stephen II. 19 Westminster 

Railev W. M. 31 Market square 
j Bailey William M. jr. "I Market sty 

Brown k Ives, -ts South Main 
j Day Daniel & Co. 12 South Water 
j Matthewson Farley M. & Co. 10 So. 
i Water 

Mauran C. & F. L. 32 Market square, 



.J. II. Mra. 2T17 N. Main 

Reynolds Jennie c. Mm. 2**7 High 

Khudee Addison, 100 Westminster 

Robinson Hubert A. 147 High 

Bounds K. F. Miss, 217 Westm'r 

Sawyer L.Mrs. 38 Arcade 

Sawyer M. & L. A. Misses, 1000 High 

Smith J. & R. 152 Charles 

Stevens Wm. II. IUU Westm'r 

Williams, J. S. 33 Ocean 
uange ; 

Metallic Figures, #c. | Millinery Goods. {Whole- 
Fuller Frederic H. 4:w B. Main sale.) 

«... ,, . Ahlen C. H. 84 and 137 WestroY 

Mill Knsruieers. Aliu . u E c 129 Westminster 

QIIEDD& SAWYER, 05 Westm'r. Blake Charles E. 129 Westminster 
^ (see page 297) Itosendale M. & Co. 164 Wc&tmin'r 

OHELD6N fC P. 91 Westminster Mill Supplies. 

KJ see page 208) * * 

Thompson & Nagle, IS Hurler Exch.' THROWN BROS, & CO. 37 Exch. 
4th floor I *-* Pi. («ec inside front cover) 

YJOWDEY J. A. SOX, 40 Clifford, 



Metal Dealers. 

(See also Junk.) 
OFICEKS & PECKIIAM, 22 E 



Milliners. 



> page 240) 



Adams S. II. 44 and 40 Arcade [TMCIIARDSON R. Man ton village. 

\ MKS B. K. Mrs. 194 Westminster,! *■• (cotton cans and tin cylinders, 
-** (seepage 21 J3) see page 278) 



Astra p S. Mrs. 1.51 High 
i Barron 4 AldricJi, 48 Arcade 

Betts Emeline E. Miss. 2"0() Westm'r Spencer John E. 89 Aborn 
j Blanchard K. 11. 359 Westminster 

Brierly K. Miss, 2S.'l Westminster 

Brooks K. H. Mrs. .14 Charles 

Brown E. A. 200 1-2 Westminster 

Burrows A. X. Mrs. 78 Ocean 

Carroll Julius, 27 ami 29 Arcade 

Cobb Helen A. 171 Westminster 

Cornell C. A. 973 High 

Damitio Peter, 2157 North Main 

Damon 8. Abbie. 50 Mathewson 

Davis Kate A. 210 (hubs 

Downey Ellen M. f»2 Arcade 

Ellis A. A. Mrs. 235 Westminster 

Fane Mary Mrs. &57 Westrninsti r 

Gardner A. B. & Co. 234 High 

Hall Bctsie W. Potter's uve. c. Oak- 
laud 

Hamblv G. F. Miss, 35 Arcade 

Hasney James Mrs. Rill High iWOYE 4 HOLMES, 5 Doyta ave. 

Hill Geo, W. Mrs. Cranston, cor. - 1 - and 499 High (see page 297) 
Bridghaai \l r ARRFVS, 448 and 452 High (see 



Millwright. 



Model Makers. 
' Luther B. G. rear 89 Aborn 
\ JASON JOHN, 109 Dorrance 

Modelling:. 

TAOWLER CHARLES, 49 Peck 

Monumental Works* 

Beedle Charles H. 81 Westminster 
UIEOOKS S. & Co. 868 Crauhton 
iy (see page 2S5) 
T7ARNUM J. W. l:j Winter (sec p. 
1 201) 

TT1LL CASPAR, 292 Cranston (see 
• 1J - page 2«".2l 



llolloway M. A. Mrs. 33 Arcade 



page 2+1) 



MONUMENTS— NEWSPAPERS. 1§3 | 

Monu intents. Newspaper File Mfanttf'r] 

BROOKS S. £ ( •<>. 20& Cranaton, ITWATERJ. II. »$ Potter (tee p : 
(seepage 2T.>) xi - VM) 

niAMUND HILL GRANITE CO. v (1 . v , lrl . M . rs 

•^ 5 Custom House st. room 8 (see R ' WS«ap« is. 

paee 24») Conft&ratinl Monthly r..-j..,rr. w. W.i 

irAKNIM J. W. 13 Winter <spo p. ft s. T. Douglas. In N .. Main I 

x -''.ii };vi:mm; BULLETIN, -i.-riv," 

I TILL CASPAR, -".'-' Cranston (ege -L* Knowles, Aitth'mvft Dauitdsoti. 

II paac 2112) ' :' uvvh t, .-; p'i r annum, la! 

ITKOWLES HORACE H. 05, i»7 &| ceatR'pcr week (see pti«a9»l 
JV UiINo Main (zinc *ee paseSio) AfAM'l" VC'l 't.'KKIM ANU 1AR- 
Tingley, Frank F. 4 Exeh. fgraaite) - >A - MERS Jul'R.VAL, Mondays It 
\\7ARRENS, 448and4J2 High ( 

I »♦ page 244) 

I Moulding Sand. 

Miller Alfred.!. 1*1 Dyer 



A 



Thursdays, Knowles, Ant! 
&. Danielson, 2 Wcyb *»et, > :."-' 
in ndvancc, postage free (see p.] 
308) 1 

pilohH ISLAND COUNTRY 
,.. ,n .,, x At JOURNAL, Fridava, Knowles, 

Moulding*. {Builder*.} Anthony & Danielson, 2 WeyJ 

RNOtD ft McGOWAX, •] Exch. buawcf, £2 in advance, postage 

UCKKUWs'X KKXYON, 2." lliph pR' ►VIDEXCE'dAILY JOURNAL, 

-L> ' *- Knowles. Anthony ,* Danielson,! 

DODGE JARED C. & SON, 4.70 - Wrybuss.'t. sS per annum,] 

South Main (seepage W.) 

Hawkins AmosM. &. Co. ITS Wash- pROVIDKXCE EVENING PRESS.' 
Engton ilaily, Providence Press Co. 22 

Jollie Thomas, foot of Manchester | Wrybosset, $3 per annum, (see 
1/ ENYON, GRIMWOOD ft CO. 39f page.HU) | 

IV Hi ,, h pBoVIDEXCE MORNING STAR. 

MouRonft Ingraham.22.MUl L daily, Providence Press Co. 22; 
\!OWRY WILLIAM <i. K. & CO. W.-yli..s,..-t, .•*."> per annum, (nuvj 

^ >J - 4." Sooth Main (see paste 2421 page AM.) 

CWEET D. D. JL CO. 15 Eddy RHODE ISLAND PRESS, weekly, 

O It i^vfaleuce Pre** Co. ?2 Wey- 
Vaughn Lorenzo & Co. 585 and 367 
High 

Mowing; Machines. 

BARRETT W. E. Jfc CO. 44 Canal Providencu General Advertiser an 
(see front eoI*d page) j Weekly Gazette, A. Cruwfor 

Sprat'ue Mowiuir Machine Co. (man-' '".r.'.-ne. srratuit >u«. -'•-' '.'ana! 

PROVIDENCE HF Hwr » ■—- "« 
L en Satnrday, Bi 



set, §2 peran'ara, (see p. 3(H), 
Public Records Reporter, J. G. Good- 
ing, publisher, weekly, >'-5 per an-! 
,111 Broad 



ufactui 

3Iusic Stores 

Billings E. G. 90 Westminster 



Darling Nathan & Co. 130 Westmin'r 
Gerke William, DU -North Main 



>ROVIDENCE HERALD, weekl; 
ra ft Corbet*,] 
$1.30 per annum, I Custom Ho.| 

st. is-ee page ::"•>) 

(jORY BROTHERS, lol Westinins'r Heiutzmatin'/'V-'per annum,' 111! 
Broad 

undav Dispatch, weekly, ISCustom! 
House at. P. D. ft E. D.Jonea, f2,50i 

Musical In.t. Repairer. L^SSTlOWiso than..- ,arr; 

Shepardson E. E. l«| Westminster O p. rrumplur .v Co. 5 Washington 
xr,. -i *« *• ^ ru%v - weekly, .*2 per annum, 

-Nail Manufacturers. 1 (see page :Mlj 

Full River Ir..n Work* Co. T. II. Sunday Tel. --ram, w..-*«kly. ('. C. Cor-; 

Brownell, agt. 71 Smith Water bett, 57 W«\ bo»set, >J |>er >uwunn 

Mt. Hope Iron Co. J. M. Leonard, r r»E RHODE Island DEMO. 

treat. 53 s. uth Water L CILYr, A. N. Mcrch .it. editor. 

Providence Iron Co. GU [mlin w«« k, - v - -- f"' 1 ' """'•"' •' West- 

X7 _ _ , . nii!i-iii'ru:i.|:;i Kxcbiu-o plrteei 

newspapef 1 Advertising (see pase:**?) 

Agency* fruia slxday visitor, m. a. 

1 ....a-i.t I - e li;i- k eol <| pa;.,') .,.„., 



13 



VM y E W a; 1' A Pfc K8 — NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

TllK WEEKLY VISITOK, weekly. Burbank Robert W. 27 Custom Ho. at. 
- 1 - M. A. Walsh, manager, .W Wry- room M 

bosset, $1.5U per annum, (aee p. Burgess rhomas, 19 Custom Ho. »t. 
306) Burlingnuic F. E. 45 Wej bossel 

The Freemasons Repository, monthly, Burnham George II. -J Kquitablc bldg. 
'I nomas s. Hammond, 41 Weyboa't Campbell Duncan, Providence Gun 
$1.50 per annum I office 

Nickel Platers jCapwell Roper P. 5 Martin 

x>mk*i i i«tc«.is. Carpenter George M. |r. 85 WaatJ 

CALL AC. II AN JAMES, 26 Potter,' minster, room 16 
(see page 281) Carpenter William A.194 No. Main 

Excelsior Nickel dating Work.-*, 8'J I hamplaiu William A. 98 Weyboase! 
Orange Champlin Irving. 17 Butler Exch. 

I> I. Nickel Plating Works, 28 1-2 fHfioor 
J - t « Potter, II. Pinkhum, manager, Chase Philip S. at City Hall 
I (seepage248) [Chase William C. 154 Lock wOod 

[Union Nickel Plating Works, 131 Church Nelson E. 17 Jiutl<-r Exch. 
j Dorronce . 3d floor 

Notaries Public. Clarke Langford P. 224 Broadway • 

!.,, _ . __ _ _ ,, -JCIarke Waiter JL. City Hall 

Addeman Joshua M 2 College, r. S2- C ;ollln» J«me* e. 12 Houth Main, r. 13 
Allen Henry \\ . 2J W eybossct Co , t L B B 4 Westminster 

Ames Samuel, J3 Weybosset 'colwell Francis 4 \\ Y-nnin-ter 

Andrews Albert L 142 Westminster Cook „ ou s u C Wom I louse St. j 
'AoltcII Louis L. 4 Wrvbr.s-et /■..._!. t .. _i_ %» ... ,» ..... 



jAngell Louis L. 4j¥eyboMet | Cook Lorin M .' oy Wcyl 

okc S 
itreet 



^S^An^r^rCitylLl i C "°' 



Armstrong ('has C . lSCustom Ho. St. Cord . Da|lit;1 j m SlUlth Mum 
Arnold trunk &. 27 Custom House St.: ( _. 0s , f . ro " v<1 j. lIU(>g jj .> c,,i],.,,,. r ;>.j ' 

! * roo , m Li n nei it- u Currier Andrew J. 17 Exchange' 

Arnold Stephen C.2.1 High Cushine A J '» Collece room 11 

Arnold William G. 1 Walnut DabollDavid f . 4", Westminster 

Ashley Edward C. at Custom House 1);lv ^ n rurv j. j ( , m „al ot?,ee 
Aylesworfb Ira C. W r . 50 Weybosset | 

Babcoek Harmon 8. 19 Butler Exch. i 
3d floor 



in House st. 
Dennis a. W. 41 Weybosset 
Dennis Benjamin L. II Butler Exch. 
Bailey William M. Jr. 31 Market sq. i);! <e A. B. "l.i Market 



iDorranceJ. K. 9 Weybosset 



room 15 
Baker Davi 

I st. room 12 Douglas William W. IS South Main 

Baker Samuel 8 jr.449 Benefit D , e j ouig T 1S Cllslom House Bt J 

teakerWm.H. lo Butler Exchange, D o£le Thomas A., City Hall 
'i»",, ?<\ i p , BB , r • DuBois Edward C. 2 College, r. ;W ! 

Ballou Charles F. 18 So. Main Fdi'v John 41 W ■sriuin ter 

Ballon Daniel U 24 Custom House st. r ; !v * j/.sephC. ]o South Main, room 10 
Ballou Edgar F. 18 South Mam 'Emerson Geor. \ -»; Westminster 

Barney >\ alter II. L'S North Main irnstV i-l W Press ot'Ue 

I P?rk GeUf " e L " aVC ' Dear j JEssex Stephen, 4 Weybosset, rooms 

Arrows Edwin, 3 Washington row p^S* Alexander, 34 Abort 

J i,r [:")? i ^'"f J" tfo VV Vb V SSOt 'Htz Gerald Onnoad E. 31 Market 

Bartlett (harles H. B.2 Charles > ^. , ,. „ )w 

«...,„,. t; h ,,| u ..i,,,.,^ i square, room 18 

Ba>sett L. I). 4,» W .).o ? . t 'Foster I.. II. Custom House St. rm. 18 

Battey I nomas s. 4 . High ; (iar duer Raithbone, 27 Custom House 

IBaumann Maunce, 21 tsouth Main I lr>>t room 9 

|Bean Albert D. 6 Butler Exelnmge,.,^,,^ ^ ^ WestTOmstert j^n, p) 

U;' l ^ i r„ m „ w ->i w„.u^ . Glc/.en E. K. 4 Market squara 
Blackwood James W. 29 Weybo--er ^ fy , SM( , t .- <••, tom \\ ,,.,. street 
gliss George N 2 College room 32 & j £ 66 South Water 

BhKlget .samuel L.,..>.uth Mam Goll|worthv Jolin K . ; ; Westminst* 

Bongartz J. H. 49 Weybos^t r.oodell Osmond C "( ' dlee-e 

Bourn Robert C. II Westminster ! (,< , " 1 " , V ■ 7, N ,"1 m.i« 

'Bradlev Charles "0 Wevh »-, i |Gonnan ( harles E. 2& \*>r\ I. Main ■ 

Diauit.ytniiriisai ii puia.jsi i ( ; rq ,.„„ r t, t i, -.u v.,. , i. \f.,T,» 

Bravton Charles li. at Cost OiUee ; """^f 1K ,V \.\ v , i : V 

;Brown George T. 24 Custom House i^fen Arnold, 4J *<^;^" 

i a.r....f l-n-IH WIHIT1.. Ill I .^ II. Ill 

Greene William H. VI South Main 
Gregory John II. Norfolk and Balti- 
more's. S. Co. 



'Brown James W. 21 Weybosset 
Browne Oeorge H. 1 Custom House 
I at. room \1 



.. • 



NOTARIES l'lTil.K . 



lJJS 



Kaborlain Join. P. 141 Chestnut Moult. m Edmund T. 70 Wevbosset 

Hull George W. 67 Death Water Mowrv Marquis i>. L. I01N1 fii-i, 

Hull Henry J. <«) South Main Mowrv Raymond 'i. 71 Academy av 

Hail William H. !*,> Weybosset Mulhollund Patrick IT.2H North Male 

Halletf William B. W. 8 Butler Ex- Nichols William W. City Hull 

change, 3d floor Niik.T-oi DparroW li. 1 Custom llo 

Hammond Barnabas B. 27 Custom str.-rt. 

House street, room 
Harrington 11. A. Mechanics S 

Bank House street 

Hayden Daniel P. 4ft [>vcr Jfoyes John I.. .". Exchange place 

Hayes Henry W. 4 Weybosset, rm. 9 O'Connor Joseph, State Houst 



VIGHTIXGALEAAM1TEL A. 5 and 
Savings ^ 6 Equitable Building, 1 Custom; 



i H. I.'.l To 
Owen Franklin P. Court House 
Page (harks II. 2 Colh pre. room 32 j 
[Paine limrp- T. 29 Wcybossi t 
Parkhurst Charles II. is South Main 
Parkhurst C. Frank, 27 Custom Ho. 1 
1 street, room 8 

elee H. S. 5 Custom House st. 



Hartley John, 2 

Hedly Samuel, '.» Martin 

Hedly Thomas \V. 9 Martin' 

Herrick William H. 21 Weybosset 

Hidden .Tunics C. at City Hull 

Horton Horace P. 42 Weybosset 

Irons Prank A. 27 Man ton avenue str« 

Jackson Frank H. 24 Custom Ho. st. Parni 

Jeockea Elias M. 41 Westminster I room Id 

Johnson Allen T. Weybosset, corner Patton Andrew 15. 14 Westminster 
Custom House street IPayne Arthur I). 4'. No. .Main, room 1! 

Johnson Clark H. 27 Custom House j Pea rce Henry, 4o Weybosset 
street, room 8 i Peek Allen M. 588 Eddy 

Johnson Joseph 6. Weybosset, cor. ! Peekham Samuel W. 41 Westminster 
'Pegram John C. 43 North .Main. rm. 5 
Perce Warren It. 8 Butler Exchange,! 

3d floor 
Perkins Joseph H. 40 Wevboaset 



'Pierce 



ties Edson 8. 164 Westminster 
Jones Preston D. 78 Transit 
Jopp Oilman, 2o Westminster 
Joyce William H. 50 Westminster 
Kellogg John S. 19 Westminster 
Knight Arthur, 52 Weybosset 
Lapham Benjamin N. 4 Weybosse 
Lapham Cyrus E. First National Bunk Pitcl 
Lapham Oscar, 4 Wevbonset, room y Pirn 
Lapham Simon s. 4 Wevbosset Pin, 

• Latham Joseph A. 14 Westminster PJui 
Lawless Geo. 12 South Main, room 2.". Pl.n 
Lincoln Eugene 11. 33 Westminster 
Little Freeman P. 4ti Weybosset 
Littlefiekl Nathan W. 24 Custom II 

street, room 13 
Lonsdale John K. 28 North Main 

Loughlin Joseph W. 359 North Main Purkis John C. 3fi Westmi 
' yneh John S. 15 Wevbosset . Randall s. o. 75 Weatminster 

Markland James G. 21 Weybosset I Randall William B. 5 Custom Ho. at. 
Marsh Ilenrv, jr. 70 Wevbos*t, rm. 14 Kav Frederic A. 4J Slumlord 
Mattiu George E- Bheuix Natl Bunk Kayusford K. W. at Corliss Steam 
Massie John G. at Citv Hull Emriue Co. 

Mathcwson Arnold J''. 180' 1-2 Cran- Read Frederick P. 28 North Main 

ston Bead George S. l4o Pine 

Mathewson Bollin, 43 N. Main, mi. 6 Rhoadcs Lawrence, 24 North Main 
McCarthy P. J. 12 So. Main, room Id Rhodes Cristopher, State House 
MeGuinuess Bernard, 14 Westmina'r, llickard William W. ."»: Westminster 

room 14 Robinson C. P. 4L Westminster 

tfcGuinness Edwin I>. 24 Westmins'r Robinson Thomas, 29 Thayef 
M ..-Kenny Harrison A. 5 Custom Ho. Bockwood Lucius O. I Weybosset 

street, room 25 Roelker William G. 29 Wevboaset 

Metcalf Edwin, 70 Weybosset 'Rogers Horatio, 27 Custom House st. 

Metcalf George, jr. 12 S. Main.rm. 16 room (', 
Miller Augustus S. 26 Westminster, Bueekert Frederick, 98 Weybosset 

room G Salisbury Charles M. 41 North Main 

Miller Joseph A. jr. 25 Butler Ex-, Salisbury Levi, 4.1 North Main 

change, 4th floor Suvies Wi'.bml, 12 South Main, rms. 

Milieu rhomaa A. 2"> Westminster | 3G and 27 
"lotan James. 12 Westminster Scott James M. 45 Westminster 

Cotton William P 27 Custom Ho. st. Scott Philip C. 2 College, room 25 



Marsden J. 7-". West 

Charles F. 27 Custom House 

•t. room 4 
Hiram C. 28 North Main 

r A. J. 62 Weybosset 

n Henry, at Court House 
Pitman Joseph S. 123 N. Main, rm. 2 
PI ummer Charles H. LOS John 
Plummcr Cornelius C. 64 North Main 
Potter D. B. 20 Butler Exchange, 3d 

floor 
Potter William K. 218 Westminster 
Pratt Charles T. 27 South Water 
Purinton B. II. 256 South Main 



19li 



N OTA K IK 8 PUBLIC— OIL MAXCF9., ETC. 



lellew Clinton D. at City Hal! 
H.d.l.m Charh.-. II.. jr. «>» m». Ma 



• QWKF.N 

^ (SCC ]. hu-i- :".m 

Nurses. 



Scamans Ira o. 30 Butler Ex. ttd floor ftWEESKY If. Broad, comet I'im: 
' Sellew Clinton I>. 
' Sheldon Charles) II 
; Sherman Robert, 27 < u-to 
i Shove Samuel, 1 Cuotom House st. Aldrirh K. I'.. Mm. 1.79 Friendship 
1 S locum Hiba O. 2(i Westmins'r. riu. 7 Aldrid&re JiiKn, 14<Hiv. r 
! Smith Charles II. OS Weyhossct Andenmn M.irv A. Mm. "A Wilson 

j Smith C. W. 14 Westminster Baker Thomas, Booth, in «r C 

Smith George II. 27« Norrli Main illuroev Julia A. U .Mum- ourt 

! Smith John W. 4:'. South Main Belcher Kate Mrs. Ill Xorth Main 

i Soutfawick [sane II. ir. 27 Custom Hoyden Lizzie s. Mm. 7.** Bridgiiam 

| House street, room i'. 1 .hue.- Sarah J. Mm. II Grant 

I Spink Joseph K. °7 Custom House (lapp Martha I>. H7 Lock wood 

j stn-ot, room 12 Clark i:< been A. 28 Fowl 

, Staples Charles, 7." Benefit L'oletnati Carrie Mm. 1 to Chestnut 



Co--oiu.ll L. A. 12 J< ttersoH 
Co.de v Laura L. Mr-.. 22 Susan 
Cn.well J. L. W.:\ North Main 
Day Hannah M. Mra.oi Davis 
Dohertv Catln:rine, '.O llurnside 

it. ;:, r-.i 



ste.-ro Charity L. Li Wevbo*'t,»in.22 

i Stiuess P. J5. 20 Weybosset 

1 Stinesa Walter It. Court House 

'■. Stone Raymond. 384 I'otter'a avc. 
Stuart George, Li Mark" t square 

I Talbot Theodore B. L*.» Wevboasol 

; Thurston Wilmarth H. 31 Weaimiua'r Drinncll PvisciHa It. Mrs. rear IS Per*! 
Tilliiiglmet James, 12 S. Main, rm. Hi kins 

i Tobcy John V. 2S North Main Harris L. A. Mrs. 150 Friendship 

' Tracy William J. LOO Bram have. 11. ntli 11. 15. Mr*. 11 America 

Trun'ian Nathan II. 14 Wood's bldg. Jackson Washington, 174 Thayer 

I room 1 1 Jaeobs Whitman Mm. 8 Pierce 

; Turner Edward A. 182 Charles .lames Charles H. I'll Doyle av. 

j Van Slyck Cyrus M. 20 Weybosset Jones Sarah M. 515 Broad 

I Vincent Waiter 13. ti.3 Westminster, Marks Philip A. Mm. Bucklin, corner 

I room 16 Mawm-v 

Waldroti D. A. 20 Weyhosset Matte son' Dorcas W. 226 Trairie av. 

Walker John P. 4 Equitablo Building Morgan E. P. Mrs. Ui2 High 
Walker Kenrirk, 87 Webster Fadclt'ord Catherine Mrs. 76G Broad 

Walling Walter A. 164 Charles Peek Millicent C, LI Grove 

Waterman Richard, 4.". South Main Pollitt Mary M. 61) D.- 



Weed en Clinton K. 53 We 
West George J. 14 Westminster 
Wescott Amasa S. Citv Hall 

Whitman Henry, L! Market square 
Whitman II. B. 13 Market square 
Whitney Samuel, •>". Westminster 
Whitteuiore David R. 98 Wevbo 



Kmnrell A. P. Mrs. LH7 Knight 

sharp Margaret, 12 (. ongdon 

Sherman Julia K. 102 Mawney 

Smith William N. 5IJ4 North "Main 
Sweet Elizabeth. 05 Doyle av..-. 
Sweetland Thomas II. 30 Ocean 
isend D. 11. 17 Vernon 



I Wightman George W. :', North Court , Tucker Lucretia Mrs. 217 Washington 
I Wilbur George A. 413 Broad West Lu.-inda, 2 Bond 

! Williamson Frank A. 14 Broadway Wilcox Mary A. Mrs. Mansion House 
j Wilson C. A. 12 Butler Exch. b\l floor Wetbcvell MaryF. Mrs. 102 Mawney 
! Win-hip Join A. IS South Main , 

Winsor Ira, 122 D'drrahce ( Oculists and Aurists. 

I Winsor K'u hard li. t'tl'5 High ' ,, ,_.«. ,., .„•,-» _ 

1 Wiuslow William V. 12 South Main ? ow ™} ™ httl n - f 1 ™ w ' * **"«»«» 
; Wood Daniel G. 08 W-ybo>,,-t < ^ A * h 5»^ " L Dorrance < SCe °P**i 

i Wood Herbert It. ;i'J Westminster P :, ^ e ***' 

j Woods J. C. 1>. 26 Westmins'r, rin. 10 i Ofiice FftJPItit lire. 

I Nurserymen, Seedsmen | F n ?5 < a \ MACKENZIE & CO. *0 
and Florists. I 1 - Fr.emUh.p(see<u>ppage49) 



* pAIRNS HEN 
**-' white pagt 



RY,6 Lloyd, (see last 



Oil Man ufs. and Dealers. 



Dvrr Win. 11. order box, 04 Wwm'r Water 

llosg Robert. 158 Ifroadwav Bio (;: r Walter, 121 Orange 

HOGGW. s. 17." Benefit, (see iron: Burroiigh Frank M. 22 South Water 
colored page i Chambers, Calder i Co. 1" Exchange 

Manning M. J. Mrs. 123 Chestnut ami place 

KM Broad :Cowpcr James T. 4.*) Westminster 

Moure Robert I i 1< Greenwich Excelsior Oil W..rk^. 21 Smtth VVater 

f ycOSXKR TiMOTUT, liupe, cor. Hams A. W. 1.1 Weybosset (steam 
*"* Thayer, (see page liA'l) engine lubricating) 



OIL MANl'Fs. ft DEALE KS— FAINTK »8. 



197 



]JINUYS p. L. T.n; J-ii Cranston Pettis John W. 241 Broad & 174 Drer 
(see page &W) Petti* Robert, S und 7 Orange anil tt 

Houghton, B. I'. \ ('->. 43 Weaimins'r Coll< 

«set 

I 



JOHNSON OLIVER ft C<>. ltfto 19 IVttisft Amlcr«on, Sft Weybn 
| * J Exchange .Sullivun ft Aldrich, iv,: i; r '...i< 

Olney Brothers, 7 South Water (lu- -,> . , A , - 

; bricatiiiff) Paint ftlanufs. 

I PeirceJ. L. ft Co. IS South Water TOilSS<»\ OLIVER ft CO. 13 to l'J 
; I >Jll;i;v OIL CO. 243 Dyer (see p. w Kxi-hnm.- 

X 201) rpHE KlloDKISLAND PAINT AND 

Place Williinn II. ft Co. 470 Eddy -L p. >» t | 1N<1 id Wa^him-ton. c : 

1>EVN<)LDS WILLIAM K. 354, Eddy, (see uaee 2U8) 

^ Friendship !^,, ilpi ^l ' •" ; f / ' 

j TOICE, STARKWEATHER ft CO. * ainters. 

A * 23 Exch. place (see iu>t Lark » DAMS EDWARD II. IS Hay, (sec 
col d page) A page2«2) ! 

Robinson W. A. ft Co. (sperm and Aldrich ft Jones, S Burgee*, (oten and 
1 whale) 10 Mouth Water carriage) 

; Smith ft Poland, $ South Water Arnold Thomas W. (carriage), 48j 

Standard Oil Co. 81 Dyer (il!uimna'g)| n d-e 
Union Oil Co. BK{ ami 313 India Bardeen B 7 Charles 

I Ttah-ott b. L. PJ1 pra«{tu Bardsley Joseph. 4.'J1 North Main 

Barton E. .1. K. 4 Tower, ( fresco 1 
Power William E. (sign), 0-' Wcv' 



WEAVER GEORGE E. 1039 High 
»' tsec page 200) 

i Oil Stoves, (Florence.) 

j Griswold J. Lyman 07 Arcade 
Opticians. 

(See also Jewelry, Ac.) 

| Cumminjra E. I). ft Co. 3(S D< 

i Putney Jairus, 4S \\ estminstei 

| Rosen bush J., 251) ft'estmiustc 

Orchestral Sclioo 



bo-Set 

Brown Charles A. 34 Ashburton 
Purhank E. T. 41 Eddv, (»ijm writer) 
f <AP.'iILL CIIAPLICS, IX, an<l 4'»7, 
^ High 

Carpenter ft Fenn. fio and 07 Summer 
nceU'arr ft Work, Summer, n. Broad I 
Chace Beniamin B. :Um High 
k'iiace Philip N. !«.) Warren 
Chace William W. Atwell's are. June. 1 
Manton avenue 

PROVIDENCE CONSEUVAK >RY Coolev W. II. 441 High, (si,m) 
x OF MUSIC, 217 Westminster Corp Lester A. .TJ7 Cranston 
(seep«ge30i) Cojrsi E. 7 Kenner. (fresco) 

Or<rm) MTnnnfti \Co\ <',. G. r. 07H High, (earriajrel 

Organ (Haunts. iKAWFOKO .TAMES, 11 Waterman, 

Adams Charles W. W Linwood nve. 1^ (see pa ire 21W1 
Baker Henry ft Son. 70 Weybosset Crocker B. P. WW Wickenden 

Ostricli Feathers. j}^ v -?A. s. 42llap?ck ^ 

I TVfcKERNESS ft GOULD, 2C.2 West- DeWolf W. F. (carriage), Stokes, a. 
1U minster (seepage 2f») High 

r*„ ,*^„ i^,,,,,,., Dfckursan Chas. 8. faign),3Werbos'ti 

Oyster Dealers. | ]11( . k , ^ m Geo c Bn ; ;liJ< c> Gal|u|I 

Adams George H. rear SO) India i Dunham John P. over MO Friendship] 

Bourne Cornelius E. Railroad vard, ! K-'an Edward T. 1.1 Kni.ht 

India Point [Ellis William, fsi<m. &c.),G61 Eddy 

Dewing ft Monsell, 24 Exchange pi. Evans II. R. *J Dorranee 

• Freeman Walter, foot of Langley I Ferguson Henry W. r. 4<i Cranston I 

Matthews Joseph < :. 1>:J E.vehaiij/f ph l ? er-us..u Joseph. Pine. or. Mvrtle i 

N'oweomb R. S. Hill's wharf, foot ofi I/F.ITING EDWARD A. fcarriage), 

Crarv , l IM l*lua, (see page £9) 

Pearce Jasou S. ft <'<>. Hill's wharf Fisher & Grinm 11, K.1 South Main i 
I Pettis John W. 174 Dyer EMTZGERALD ft VoLNLi, l.y> 1-2 

; Pettis Robert, in ft 42 South Water I *■ Uprrauee 

I Providence River Oyster Co. South Freeboni G. M. ft Co. 17 .South Main I 

Waterier. Point st. hri-b.-e [French Horace, :1K Benefit, (carriaare). 

Uphatn Edwin, IS Washington Gardiner Daniel 11. (sign), lo Wey- 

Oyster and KetVeshnient;,;/;;;;;^,^,,, ir . .v.. Friendship, (carJ 
Sa'oons. [ riages) 

(See aim* Rating Tfonses.) (ira\»t ft Rmre, U»l Benefit 

Harris Jospph 1$. 7 Cidleyre Hnllntt ft Man sir, 221 South .Main 

Jenue F. E. dU North Main Harris Ceoriro W. (sigu), I WestmsV 



198 



PA1NTEKS— PAPER COLLAR MANUFS. 



Hcflernan Timothy, .'<> Westminster Lincoln .fames S. 1 College, n»om 4<> 
Klt'IIARD f-. I'.'tJ 1-2 Morse Mary i:. 119 Clinton 

Kcin Eimrfch, I2H N'orth Main 



1 1 enrys uictJAUn l. l 1 

1 1 Cranston, (nee ling*- 2*»> 



Ki.l.-r Geo rge W. 1 Wall 

White k< r George W. G3 Westminster] 
White F. B lOCnmy 



HiaRing Charles II. 40 1-2 I 
1 HimcH Thomas M. :.".'<; Kuuntain 
i Hum Oliver P. 227 N'orth Main 

Jackin* S. P. 36 ihtrkness 
1 Kavanagh Brothers. 12 onus 

Kerr Hugh, 502 N»rth Main 

Ledwith John J. li.: Onus, (house) 
: Leonhurd John & Hon, 374 Ili^Ii 
! Lloyd William, 2H«;ilmore ... ,....., 

Lowe Kichard, (earriage), 11 Richm'd \\ A,M ' 
i Mackintosh T. C.32J ove stt-r 

; Manehester \V. W. 1'US Fountain f>**J*ifca ( M 'U Glass &« 

McGihney P. SSI Washington I amt.s, oils, uiass, at 

', MnQuiston Andrew, 306 Fountain,; (See alao Paint Mann ft.) 

j (carriage) 

j N'ajae Lewis, I.".!) Fountain 
! Nye C. B. 57 South Main 



ell's nve. 



Vain titles, Tatlingraplis 
and Kiigrraving*. 

T708K S. M. II Westminster, (see 
* front rolored page) 

ATERMAN F. A. 267 Westmin- 



Arnold Stephen C 2.'»1 llitrh 
lioYNTON GEO. K. 4*.) Exchange 



O r Neil Willii 
I Parker 4 Haskell, 3i 
j Pan David, 96411>gfa 

Phillips Nathaniel, 181 Washington 

I Powers, Eldridge A Co. 5 Marshall 
! Read II. Frank, 113 Lockwood 



place, (Ashestes ready mi: 
paints, see page 270) 
Chambers, C alder & Co. 1<> Exefc. plJ 
Claflin George L. A Co. 56to6G8>.| 
fain 



j 10I1NSOS OLIVER fc CO. 1.1 to 19 
'* Exchange, (manufs.) 



Reid II. L. UHj Westminster 
I Reynolds B. F. 1S4 Richmond 



Parker k Co. K>, South Main 

I Reynolds william k. 351 



Friendship, I s 



■ }..-.- 



L'x", ) 



Reynolds Charles A. M Ashhurton. -p Icl , STARKWEATHER A CO. 
-*-*- 2"> Exehanire place, (see 



lirsr 
olored pn; 
\rnUE R. I. PAINT AND ROOFING 
I J- CO. Washington cor. Eddy (see 

page 298) 
WEAVER GEORGE K. 1039 A 1041; 
• High (see page 2t») 

Paper Dealers. 



(carriage) 

I Scott J. M.05 Broadway 

! Seymour Geor re S. 1<> Weybosset 

j Salmon Francis, IS Ki.chmond 

! Shaw Allen, 39 Hay 

j Sanford J. G. Potter, c. Friendship 

! Strickland J. A. 116 South Water 

j Stuart J. D. 41 Eddy 
Sutherland Angus W. Gano, c. George 
Sweet Andrew G. 244 High 
Tavlor Henry, S Richmond Almv B. F. 00 Canal 

Thurber W. H. 21 Cower Blending & Gray, 7 Fnltort 

Underwood C. II. 35 Harkness I OOYNTON GEORGE E. 49 Exch. 

Underwood I». S. lOU', High ! iy plaee (seepage 270) 

Underwood E. S. & O. L). (house and Campbell C. 95 Dorranee (sheathingV 
ship), 13 Bridge iVULLER, UPUAM & CO. 01 West-j 

Walford Alexander, jr. 8 Chestnut ['■*■ minster (see opp. page 48) 

I Walker Ezra 1.75 Clifford Richmond F. II. A Co. (inauuis.) 19 

I Whitmnrsh G. li. 27 Potter and 21 Fountain 

Staphs H. & Co. 9 and '11 Exchange; 
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE. , Stone A. M. 119 Dorrance 



Andrieu M. A. 199 Friendship 

Arnold John N. 2 College, room 49 T ,, 

Bannister Edward M. 2 College.. 13 

room .V) 

gtttchellerF. 2 College Paper P»ox Manufs. 

Baxter Eli nth, ir. 5o Swan ■ 

BJodgett Mary W. 2 Collega TENCKS C. W. A BRO. 2S7 Broad, 



Paper Bag BEattnfs. 

^OYXTON GEORGE E. 49 Exch 
place (see page SCO) 



Champlain Martha, 2 College, rm. 46 ' 
Foster Charles B. 4'.>4 Pine 
Hallworth R. E. 2 College 
Hanlon E. L. 282 Westminster 
Hoppin Augustus, ;>! Westminster 

Lenciti Edward ( . (fruit and garnet, Paper Collar Manufs. 
283 Westminster 



tTELLOGG, PRINTER, 19 WestJ 

-**• minster (see j>au'e 'JtVt) 

Union Eyelet Co. Borden near Clay ! 

Paper Collar Manufs. 

A"arragnnsott Collar Co. 0»5 Stewart i 



'-■y . --■ ^-j — ryr". 



PA Phi: COP Tl 
Paper Cop Tubes. 
{gee Cop ThI.c*.) 
Paper Hangers. 

(.SV" mlto Painter*.) 
ADAMS UPWARD H. U Hay (see 

^ page 202) 

Barhonr II. S. 42 Bassctt 

pAHGILL CHARLES 40.". and 4JTT 
| ^ lliah 

pIRAWFORD JAMES, 11 Water- 
! ^ y man (are page '-".n'.i 
: Lather Cyrus li. 260 Fountain 

Paper Hangings. 

I Anderson J. C. 2S4 Broad 
I Armstrong & Burlingame, 118 West- 
minster 
I Arnold Christopher B. & Co.7GWe»t- 
I minster 

Bars tow William kCo. 272 Westmin'r 

p A KG I LI. CHARLES, 41V> and 407 

^ Hiirh 

Drake.!. B. 17.'. North Main 

Eftty F.dmund A. $i Market sq 

Franklin & Messinger, LIMatuewson 

Pntt David, i«;sl!iffh 
Pinkhara D. 2fifi Westrninatcr 
DEAD F. & SON, 2,37 Westminster 

QAWYER THOMAS JR. 1045 High 

Paper and Card Hoard 

pULLElt, UPHAM k CO. 01 West- 

* minster (sec opp. papre 4>S) 
TENCKS CHARLES W. & BKO. 
° 287 Bn.ad 

Paper Ruler. 

Rawson C. F. 19 Westminster 
Paper Stock. 

(See also Junk Dealers.) 
pLAFLIN C. J. & CO. Cove Lands, 
^' (pee pajre 24<V> 

;oon / 

broad 
Parlor Grate Frames. 
WARRENS, 443 and 452 High (see 
f* page :.»4t.) 

Passe pa rtonts. 

dpECSOX EDWARD, 150 Westmiaa'r 
- 1 - (see front eol'd page) 

Patect Clutch Mannf. 

AfASON VOLXEY St. & CO. Laf- 
Alx ayette, rear 4U> High (isce col'd 
page opp. page 144) 

patent medicines. 

^LFREt) H. J. 811 Eddy (aee page 
Anthony Alvira P. (aalre) 20 A 



7BCS— PAVING. : ( .-'.r., 

OAILEY I). 1». 17 Thayer (oes pagg 

15-irf.T Sarah, 2/1 Bark 
pLWIM.v: WILLIAM n. 7»> !fn 
!) Main and M WeyboMel (-.•<: 

front ""old pntrr » 

pALDER ALUERT r.. !<;•; W.-t- 

v ' mnisr.T ( SM- pagr 204) 

Chambers, ('alder A Co. 10 Fx< h. pi. 

pLAUKE CHAKI.es F. SlOCrana- 

^ t«nr«ev paw 272) 

Clarke William B. HHI South Main,' 
(Hunt's Kiiinav hVme.lv ) 

CromartvA Mead, . 39 Arcude (QnasJ 
stamps) 

Davis IVrrv* Son. 1.16 Hicrh 

F.lmi-r 0>orpe W. A 0«. Mfj S-vn.our 

Feuuer Albert, :>-"• High 

IViniiT Susan C. Mrs. (hair restora- 
tive) 1L'4 AtWt-H's ave. 

If. S. & Co. (Quaker hitters,) 



i-.>: 



TTASDY WILLIAM W. 140 Broad 



Hinds William II. -TOO So. Main 
IOHNSON OLIVER k CO. 1'. to 19 
^ Exr-haw 

AfASON NORMAN N. 120 North 
U Main (see p;,_'<. -jOi) 
Moreau ,<o Pidge, 8 High 
Packer Henry H. 78 Cmrtston 
Paine Thomas S. [ft Cranston 
Paine William, prof. I Mathewson 



(sta 



. /«r* A. 19 Pe,-k 

RKVN'OLI.S WILLIAM K. gT>4 
Friendship (aee page 2KD 
T>USSELL WILLIAM J. 913 and; 
u 913 F.ddv (see pa«re294) 
Shipman Lewis F.. 7-1 Ship 
>mith Ferdinand 523 High 

Patent Solicitor and rDx-i 
pert. 

\fILLER JOSEPH A. 25 Barter; 
iY1 Exchange, 4th tloor, (see p. 24.1)j 

I Patent Textile Goods. 

Baker S. W. Mairaf. Co. 7.". Weybos't 

Pattern Makers. 

"U.iker James M. 84 Orau-e 

Bites II. II. N. 70 Knight 

Jones Jenkins >4 Oranse 

Luther B. G. rear 80 Ah,. in 
IVfASON JOHN, 198 PorranceJ 

• u (carved) 

Thayer J. A. 120 Pine 

Patterns of Garments. | 

\ MES S. C. MISS. 194 WYstmin- 1 
**■ »t« r. (see pape HVt) 
Sweet Adelaide A. '!'"> Westminatev ; 

Paving. 

[See also Concrete ruin/.) 
mpreaseil Asphalt HI x k Co.! 



II 



irks 180 India. 

use at. rooms 'JO and •')• 



'200 I'AVlN.i — I'MYMt IAN>. 

"\fOORF. I. w. .--01 Washington, Photograph Stock and 

lL f»eepa?«»K»> Chemicals. 

1> I. CONCRETE PAVEMEN1 

11 • CO. 23 Weybosset, (see p. 261) *nd*l> Andrew .?. 94 W eatininater 

Pearl Goods Maatuf. Photographers. 

Potter Charfes r.. t<>7 Pin? I AW«i Photograph Co. R2 Arcade 

. .» ., ,, -, r Barber A. ». 2«6 Westminster 

Pen and Pencil I ase Ml;; .»,.,,„■„ s . u & Co- 843 Westminster 
Cross Richard & Son, I.J ll.mov.r UrowneB Alexander C. 90 WestmuTr 
Pearcc A- Hoagland, U»7 Friendship Bruce J. W. 249 1-2 tt e*tmiu»ter 
Carlisle Geo. If. 199 Westminster 
Perfumery and Toilet Chace Theodore F. 61 We,tirdn*ter 
\rtieles Coleman & Remington, 283 nestnnn- 

A LFRED I!. J. Sll Eddy, (see page Dana Gilbert 11. 202 Westminster 
■" 2X2) . Goodu in .fames W. <;i to IS5 Arcade 

I>LAXPIXG W. B. TO North Main. Hod.se A. M. 12 Moultun, (avlat; 
■** and ."i Weybosset, (.see front printing and copyimr) 
colored page) 

pAL4>E« a. l. Ii 



Hortou Egbert • '. ,s7 Westminster 
tminstcr, Irish B. T. 283 Westminster, (crystal 
page 264) ivorytypes) 

JOHNSON OLIVER & CO. 13 to til .Tniu-s Benjamin F. 357 Westminster 
v Exchange Manchester Brothers, 7.5 Wcstmius'r 

]\f.\.>"X NORMAN X. 129 North Morton II. Q. 171 Westminster 
x>1 Main, (see page 2l3li> Prior John II. 8] Westruiustei 



T>l"ssi:u. WILLIAM, .111. 013 and Whitenian H. W.<solur printing), 232 
■*-* 913 Eddy, (see page 294) Westminster 

WriJit Lorenzo, lo9 Westminster 



s page 29*) 
Periodical Dealers, 

Ieii.Tanv-.sl!. 251 and 253 X. Main 



':', No 



fh Main 



Li.:n 



in l ! 



A. I38l-2Thurbers 



Cadwell J. F. 2.". Mathrwson 
Callahan Hannah. 130 Wiekenden 
Carr Henry, 9.31 High 
Dawson Alfred, 29 A born 
Farris II ira I. B. 174 Charles 
Oormlev Matthew. 23M«ntou are. 
Guinness John. 143 Westminster 
Gunn Richard Mrs l>m Richmond 
Havens Edward, R3 Broadway 
Higgins John U. 248 South Main 
Lewis William H. 71 Douglas ave.' 
Linn Alexander P. 331 Edclv 
Luth.-r George F. 3 We*! Liver 
Warj >ram Mary E. i'^"> Cranston 
McCanu Ann. US Lenrley 
McLeoil Alexander. 294 Broad 
O'Xeil .Tam- K. 4> Cranston 
O'iteiilv Patrick, ps Wi.-k.-nden 
Peterson Charles G. A. Butler Exch 
Potter G. W. S. 2.". Weybosset 
Rhodes A. A Mrs. x6 Cranston 
It. I. \.u> ( o. H;J Wotmhister 
Salisbury hair-'.. 151 WLk. mien 
Smith Maurice C. 1 1 ^ Prairie «m>. 
Thaver Edgar S. 17 WevfiVsset 
Traiuoi Hugh, IS2 Wick. ud< u 
Wilcox II. A. si Wvvbosset 
Woodward Charles W. 633 No. Main 
Woodward Horace A. 1»> Charles 



Physicians. 
{Members of (lie R.f. Medical Society.) 
Alt- n Edward 8.356 Benefit 
An --ell Emory A. 152 Hi di 
Anthouv Walter E. : : 1 • > Benefit 



r,a.< 



• p. 



l-kel 

: nigh 



Phonographic Reporte 

Gardiner Edwin It. (law). 3.1 We 



Ballon Chnrle 

Blaisdell A. F. :'>7o Broad 

Boweii Win. Shaw, 36 I»<>rranee 

Krown W. O. 1-'.'. Bern lit 

BrugGeo. A. '.»7 Washington 

Can- (Jeor^e W. 306 Broad 

Carver R. Herbert, 12 Vhorn 

Caswell Edwartl T. 158 Broad 

Clark F. C.9 Thomas 

Conway John L. 1 is At well* avc. 

Douglas Charles II. Charles, corner 

Bra neh avenue 
Flv.I. W. C. 61 Waterman 
Fubyan Charles W. 1>< Broad 
Fillmore C. W. L'U Br-.,,,! 
Fisher Cliarles II. 17 College 
Forsvth Frank !.. 196 I5ruad 
Cur.i'n.r Chuvueu T. l.Vi Norrh Main 
Gorman B. F, 134 Smith 
Git elev A. t. MH3 High 
Greene Willanl II. 61 Sherburne 
Mam Albert E. IWBem lit. c. Angell 
Henlou Virgil <>. pi Franklin 
Harris Edward II. I > So Mam 
Hennessev Thomas ( . .•"<• No. Main 
Mersey George 1>. ^Jl Broad 
Mill Lester s. Itroail cor. S;mimer I 
Holbrook I . II. 716 N.-r-fi II un 
.. ilutefrinaon William F. 139 High 
'* Keeiie Stephen S. Ill Hopkins 
1- Keunev William F..-1 lb>pe 

Kenvoii George 11. 21U North Main 



PHYSIC IANS. 



•Jul 



Kenyan Job, «7 Broadway Mathews Mary D. M. 123 Bn.adwnv' 

Kiug Henry, 214 Brwad " McKmght Charles G. 70 Washington 

King Stephen II- Summer r-or. High Peck tico: IS. jr. 324 No. Maiu and 
Kingman Kugcne, 44*J Broad Htiodo. 

Snw in Nun- W, 2S0 Broadway 
Thurbor Kniily M. I'J farpetitcr 
Wilcox George D. 77 Mathewson 
Member* if the R. I. Libermi Medical 

Auemciation. 
Baker D, P. 1£(J Broad 
Davis George W. 221 Weatmittater i 
Greene Jerumc B. 127 Broad 
Hawycr Alzaman, 51 Dornmea 
Sweet Thomas, (bone tetter) XS 
Broad 



il Charles II. 31s Broad 
Mann Samuel H..v;i North Main 
Mason George B. JStt lliu'h 
Mathews Adrian, K> Ocean 
Millar Robert, 23MHcn< tit 
Miller Horaee <;. 2»52 Item fit 
Mitchell John W. 21*7 Benefit 
Morgan James K. 318 Broad 
Newell Tim. .thy. 172 Benefit 
Newhall Thomas K. IOJ Broadway 
Noyes Robert P. 3V.I Broad 
O'hearv Charles. V.', Washington 
Palmer William II. 24 Meeting 
Parsons Charles W. 19 Waterman 
Peck ham Penner H. 170 Benefit 
Peckham Penner II. Jr. 17G Benefit 
Perrin N. 1MKI High 
Perry Kara II. ~i5 Greenwich 
Perry Thomas W. :', Aborn 
Pierce George A. 2BU Westminster 
Porter George Whipple.'!! Harrison 
Potter Thomas G. :'.7:l High 
Radeke Gusta 



Other Physicians. 

'Allen William li. 2»>8 Washington 
!Amv C. Madame, _n Read 

Banl.cn P. 1 Carroll 

Baasett L. D. Mr*, (clairvovant) 231 



Bro 



Baxt.r Sarah. 23 Bark, (Indian doc- 
I treas) 

Bennett C. C. (magnetic) 1G4 Weal- 
minster 
Remiek Augustus, Greenwieb cor. Bli'veu Laura, (clairroy ant) 10 Broad-! 

Oakland wa >' 

Robinson Jbskih W. 6* High Bogman Edward V. 6 Benevolent 

Robbins Albert O. loJefferson Bowen Mary C. (magnetic) S Chanel 

Sawyer John W. Buthr Hospital -B.-iggsG.W-. fallo.) 1*11 No. Main 
Simons Thomas f;. •_' Vv "est Kiver J Brooks Johu P. (health lift) 15 liut- 

Smith Miettirl.l jr. L*H No. Main ; ,(I ' Exchange, -nh door ' 

Snow Edwin M. City Hall Brown Man .1. P. Mrs. 1(>1 Westm r 

Sullivan Dennis J. Summer c. High Burke Davis E. -~>\] Hifsh 
TraverWMI. A L. 254 Westminster Burlingame Tracy, (Indian physi-j 
Tyng A. E. (>~> High cian ' °' t'harlcs 

CarlbcrgC. II. DTallman's lane 
Channing William P. IWCongdon 
Chappell James W.( botanic. 40 Plain! 
Cleinence Sarah, (claiivoyantj r. 12 

Burgess 
Cohen Bernard, 370 North Main I 

Cook George A. N"'>rrh. n. East ave. 
Culver William loo Point 
Cuthbert Wm. 1 Mttthewaon 
Darling Abby Mrs. (clairvovant) 28 
Members of the Ib.mo <>,/a'?iic Zwietij .Mar-hall " 

in Providence. Day Florence K. C Mrs. 24 Broadw'y! 

Barnes George L. Wood's ave. near Darning Wm. N. 179 Broad 

Park Demiug Wm. N. jr. )7'.» Broad 

Barrows, Wilcox & Greene, 77 Math-;I>emii3 A. S. Mrs. (clairvoyant) 3 

ewson ! High 

Barrows William E. 77 Mathewson Denuison (has. F. Mrs. 3 High 
Bradburv Pred W. Si! George IDenham II. J. (homo) 174 Broad 

Brown Asa W. 4 Burnett jDeWolf John J. 3-51 Westminster 

Caldwell Wm. 02 Arnold (homo) 

Carpenter P. B. itj Cranston How Joseph (electrician) 210 Benefit 

Clark J. Lain?, 3 1-2 Mathewson [EdminsterL. X. (magnetic J Butler 
Poster \ Hall, 2:K Hi_'h Exeh. 4th floor 

Gottschalk William Von. 2 Walnut Penner Marv J. \1 Vinton 
Greene Charles !.. 77 Mathewson Griffin Louis P. 1 - High 
Greene Daniel H. L'4 Butler Exch. Grimwood S, M. Mrs. Id Uoyle 

4tl. floor Hall 1. C. 370 X. Main 

Haves Charles. 24;! High Harrington L. A. Ui Olney 

Hall Robert, 23H High IHillman 1*. C. Madame (clairvoyant) 

Hi -ks Darius, MM High 10 Foster 

Knight Edward :;. I »J Broadwav Hltclu-n James, W Academy ave. 



Vinton Fred A. 4 Randall 
Walker E. P. l.">s North Main 
Wallace WilKiim V. 7 Meeting 
Weeks A. I>. iM Broadwav 
Wheaton Francis L. -,:; Park 
Whitford Byron, ,*'17 High 
Wigcrin Charles h. I*) Broad 
Wiggin Chase, isr, broad 
Wigfiin Oliver C. 13 Chestnut 



PHYSICIAN 8— PLASTERERS, ETC. 



202 

, Hough llrnry C. 155 Carpenter 

Tnnian Amu. 24 llem 'if 

Jolmiion.!. Ibnrv, 3.TI Friendship 

Jones W. R. .Mr>. 229 South Main 
1 Kelley E.TaH.«>t.:»7 Orms 

Knapp Albert M. 33 WiU m 
i Lam >< 'ii II. S. .".S Rttttey 

Landv B. F. 4 I*. riU 
, Lcflitigwcll Charles II. (electrician), 
! 332 Broad 

! Leffingwell C. H. Mrs. (clairvoyant), 
i 332 Broad 

Leffingwell Hcnrv I{. 332 Broad 
: Liteli Jusiah, 43 Prairie nvenu* 

Millington Wm.(magnPtic), 202 High 
'• Monroe George A. :; Abont Blandin O. 240 Westminster 

• Okie A. EI. 6 Benevolent Card A. < >. 295 High 

! Okie Howard, 223 Bftieflt CostellnP. E. a-reni. 243 Westminster 

; Packard James A.3S9 1-2 Friendship I Ha (ran John II. L'.'.S Westminster 
I Porter J. 11, & Co. 'JH Union I Hon per .f. A. Iloppiu Homestead 

I Kedtield Paul 8. 334 Broad bldg. L'v) Westminster, room 2 

, Shnw Joseph L>. 360 Westminster [Huxford Joseph A. Lf) Clifford 
; Smith Henry Mrs. (botanic), 118 Ingraham Alexander G. 230 West- 
! Prairie avenue I minster 

| Solomon .James M. (botanic), 344 Sweet <;<o. A. 246 and 248 W 



Pickers, Picker Strings 
;ind Laee Leather. 

BURGESS .\. & son. fiiii North 
Main, broueli oflire ;» Weybos't, 
(see page J46) 

RUOWN BROS. >v CO. 37 Exchange 
plaee. (see inside front cover) 
Uolhrook A. & ( . W. 74S No. Main 

Tickles, Preserves, &c. 

I>ix Edward F. 103 Gallup 

Perry Francis II. Maunlug, n. Thayer 

Picture Frame Manufs. 



An 



Ste 



ell's 

nsGrenville S. 1 Miior 
Sally B. Mrs. |tt 



*. III? Atwcll's av. T1 
el F. .«5 High, (botanic) » front colored pape) 



I'piNSON EDWAIUK l">9 Westmm- 
! *- ster. (see fronT- colored page) 

JOSE S. M. 11 Westminster, (see 

1 front colored pape) 
rCTATERMAN PRANK A.267 Wcst- 

>> minster 



Wood Walter II. 19 Mathewson 

Picture It nob Manuf. 



(see page 260) 

Pile l>rivcrs. 



Sullivan J. K. |tt7ll Higti 
I Sumner E. P. 381 High 
, Towne Charles O. 34 Knijrbt 

Tucker II. A. .">»> Mathewson 
; Ware Mary M. (clairvoyant), 32 i 

| Superior WEAVER GEORGE E. 1039 High 

! Waterman Abbv L. (magnetic), 100, m 
I Clifford 

: Weaver Lucy R. 22" Broad ' 

I West C. B. 76 Wn>hin.;n, (magnetic) '(Providence Pile Driving and Bridge 
; Wheeler J. A. .">7 Chesn.ut j Building Co. :*'A Eddy 

| Whinncry R. Borden, near Eddy Plaitillff. 

Piano Forte Dealers. "DARBER E. b. 76 Arcade, (see page 
|-L > 264) 
(See also. Music and Musical Instru- pOHN NATHAN, 69 Arcade, (see 

mew.) \ J 1ilKc27 -) 

Baker H. & Son. 70 Weybosset P1a ne Makers. 

OOBY BROTHERS, 131 Westmin- Child John E. 42 Pine 
I ^ *ter [Pearce J. W. rear 287 High 

Eddy Herbert L. 283 Westminster i\I7EAVER GEORGE E. 1039 and 
; Goff Ira N. 1*S Westminster I >> 1041 Ui-'h, (dealer, see p. 260) 

Sheldon If. C 87 Westminster I , >l ^. . 

Steinart M. & Son, 132 Westminster j * laster Statuary. 

! _,. _ ' . ! IAOWLEK CHARLEK, 49 Peck 

j Piano Forte Kcpairer. ,1 

Dean George S. 188 Westminster 
Piano Forte Tuners. 

Alexander C. U. 47 Brighton 

Baker II. & Son, 70 Wcybosset 

Barney J. II. 188 Westminster 
| (~'ORY BROTHERS, 131 Westmin- 
| v -' ster 

Eddy Herbert L. 883 Westminster 

Vuxou C. II. 188 VY< stminster 

StreeterW. B. 7U Weybosset 



Nicoletti A. 390 High, (.and mould 

! maker) 

Plasterers antl Colorers. 
(See alto 3f*n<m*.) 

DEMPSTER A. 35 Pine, cor. Hay. 
(see pase254) 
f AWTOS III FI.'S B. 170 So. Main. 
lj (see page 2l«J 
j" EWIS GEORGE W. 8 Gilmore, 
lj (seepage 276) 
\T ORRIS s. .1. 12 Coustitntion, 
- u (see page 294) 



plumbe as— printers' materials. '2o:j 

Plumbers. Pork Pack eft* & Dealer*. 

(See ui <o CaypertmUh*,) Bttrgesa 4 Williams, Saundcra, cor 

A ILEX E. J. 217 an. I 219 South j^"** 11 * „ nv .. . 

**■ Main (•*•><> in"i- "V»» Cali'f Brother*, 79 No. Mnin 
Brfckley .lame* H. .-IttHonth Main lfe Vr li* "■. ?•■*': "J.- ?v U . , 

i.i .(!> k Brothers H-) Smith knuhnll & ( nlweli, 2b Washington 

Bur".,. l»,!l?il VllM hddv ' MASON I. B. ft SON, » (anal 

Carey J. L. ft Co. S79 High „. ,„..,,. . .,„,„. , • 

Cair"r..'oi"«- M. J.;.". pine WoodWIHiaBi A. 219 Washington 

^l^£u;u^t"^ Poultry Breeder-, *mc*| 

Dart E M. \V> Point, cor. Richmond Anthony James I). .",» /...»■• 
Davenport & Manchester, 110 Dor-: Armstrong John L. H9Lo<*kwnod 
ranee Armstrong 1 ft B ognutn, 1.12 Point 

| Davis ft. Smith, 1ST Eddy ' Bullock James L. Hi We>»tmin*itor 

| LfENNER WM. H. ft CO. 129 ahfl Carlisle Geortre M. S24 Friendship 

I 1;U Broad, (see inside front cover) Cornell Charles K. 112 Beacon 
Finley D. H. ."> P. (>. court Eaten rhomas O. 40 Wilson 
Freeman Henry A. MB Kfldy Goff William F. 21« Onus 
Ore. ley Michael. »J4 rii.-ir!.--. llowartll John, *»3 Smith 

II ANNEY ft MILLER, 293 Broad, Merchant S. K. 9 Merchant 
I AX (see page :*JI ) Patterson ft Wheeler, »1 Wi 

Heath William G. 17." EddV 

Holmes Daniel ft Co. 4;; K.Mv 

Hudson ft Golf, 6 Cranston 

Larkin Brothers, 5U Friendship Fruiters. 

Lenahan Michael, IS Waterman (.ffoo* and* Jo8.) 

ft CO 



"ilson 
mford C. G. 4.'A Friendship 

uilh S. F. L. l'» Washington row 



; McKenzie John. 429 High 

j Meehan P. W. 4 and u Oakland 

! O'Connor Patrick. 21 College 

OGDEN HENRY, 17 Meeting, (sec 
paze :U I ) 
I pEAKCE CHARLES, 78 Wickenden 

i pEABCE E. A. ft CO. 293 Broad. 
; - 1 (see page 298) 
PHILLIPS THOMAS ft CO. 73, 77 

I A and 83 S. Main,! see front cold p.) 

I Potter C L. 117 South Main 

i Ruth Henry A. f!7 South Main 

1 S.-iwv^rC.'B. Id Darkness 

I gAWYER THOMAS, JK. 1043 High, 

! rjHIOMPSON W. B. 3SS High 

Thornley G. W. 74 Oran-e 
! Tiernev P. ft J. SI lli,rh 

Tompkins ft Fuller. ff) Middle 
I Williams T. M. S. 292 Eddv 
! Wright Charles F. 4.~>l North Main 

; Plumbers' Materials. 



A SGELL, IIAMMETT 
^ Washington row 

Atwoo.l Charles, i) Winter 
Aldrich E. K. ft T. W. .5-1 Washington 1 
Bigclow C. C. 98 Westminster 
Farmer, Livermore ft Co. Tt Custom! 

House st. room 17. i plate) 
"PULLER, UFHAM ft CO. 91 West-j 
■*- minster, (see opp. page i*) 

GREENE A. CRAWFOliD ft SON.! 
book, job, card and ornamental] 



am pc 



ParH 



ng by el 
sons' hlock, 'J 
ne John F. .>»; Canal 
mond Thomas S. 41 Weybosset I 
ITOHNSON E. A. ft CO. .07 Wey-j 
\*> bnoaet, (see pa pre s :.'*.-. and *.!S'">) 
XTELLOCtG, PRINTER, 19 Westmin-i 
-"■ ster, (see page 21*3) 
Knight Richard D. 18 Custom Ho. st. 
.Leader II. N. ft Co. f<7 Westminster | 
Massie P H. Ill Broad 
Porthouse ft Carlton. 125 Broail 
pROVIDENCE PRESS CO. JCWeyJ 
A basset, and 49 Dyer, press room' 
;>7 Custom House street, (see! 
pa ire ;U>-4 ) 

-bosset 
boaset 



TF£?£t 7 M - »■ * , C ?- ™ SS Held 5" a! ft li. A. 5C We, 

-"- l.il Broad, (s.-o m-id* front covrrl ,, , ,,- „• , r , , , ,;i \v..v 
; pHILLlPS THOMAS ft CO. 7.\ 77 ft ." % ! r , ! Z .* 1 1 i) ' 
X o- o xt „. , . „ . i.i , .-^niith John K V.» Peck 

' TiiWiY,, ! t \ ( lt • \ >••' n P " » Til >»«" »"»»T. < Weatminatat 
j lilhnghast L. II. ft C a. lib Dorrance Ti „ ( , v WI11U J; H< 444 Hiph 

: Polish Manufacturer. ! W , , !; , . , l ( , :hc ' , , r sho%r Printin * Hou 

I JL'j Broad 
CEARLES A. B. 57 Weyhoaaet, (for| 
^ gold and silver, metals, fte.) Printers' Materials. 

Pop Corn Mainifs. Dunk erly Walter. 49 Peck 

1 L'ULLER. CPHAM A CO. 01 We 

■■ minster, (see om>. najr*' 4.S) 



Weeks Brothers, (VI and ol Richmond 



n 



2 14 



PRINT WORKS— PROVISION DEALERS. 

Print Works. 



Produce Healers* 



Com«tock J. F. & A. 101 Canal 

Allen's Print Work; ,11 Market sq. Icooi^iork Vf. 4 Sons, 105 Cunnl 
A. fc W. Spraguo Mauui'. Co. 3 Kx- (wholesale) 

change place lCom*tocka & Co. 101 Canal (whule- 

Dunncl] Manufacturing Co. 02 Canal s . llr , 
Woonaaquatuckci Print Works, F. E. ! Co ria Charles F. 37 Fast 
liidimun-1, (Teas. L'4 No. Main | Cram j, A WJ Smitll 

Cronin Dennis, W Ives 
Cullen John. 48 Skill (ham*) 
Allen Daniel G. ir. SCCanal IDanforth ft Dunham, 4s Carpenter 

Andrews F. M. UH (anal Deignan John. Iks Kicluuond 

Baker O. I.. 05 Canal [Dick< raon \- Corey, 451 High 

Browuell ft Co. 71 Canal Dickhaut Andrew, 109 ft 348 High & 

BudlongJamesA. ft Son, AS Canal ' 257 Broad 

Estabrook ft Colton, 177 Broad, (but- Dyer J. & U. F. jr. 1018 High (pork 
ter and cheese J I packers and dealers) 

J Goddaril A. s. ft Co. 72 Canal F*sk ft Thompson, 24 ft 36 South Main 

! Griffin Geo M. ft Co. Wand U">Canal Franklin ft Co. :\s Canal 
I Hawea lirothcra, 167 Canal Franklin I'nos. IV. IP! Friendship 

i Dawes Geo. & Sons, 23*nd :.'."> Dver Freeman Marcus T. ft Co. 736 North 
i Hawkins W. W. H'l Canal Main [iugton 

t Huston William, 51 Canal Freeman William J. 'Hand 60 Wa-.h- 

Preston James 11. & Co. M Dver Gardner John II. Mill 

J Russell Bros. & Co. 413 High, (butter Garst'ft Arnold, 12 Friendship (bo- 

and cheese) lognamanuf.) 

• Sessions Thomas ft Co. 117 Canal OarNi.l- liros. 71 Washington 
I Smith A. A. ft Co. 7."> Canal, (eggs) Gould Eben, 4«W line 
SteOey Leonard A. 114 Canal Could F. L. lit Nonl. Main 

and £7 Coward & Hawkins, \>\; Charles 
j Harmon John C. 56 Sahin 
j Tourfellot H. F. "66 Canal Harrington W. L. 20 Market so,. 

! Tonrtellot Stephen & Co. Ill and 112 Holleran Thomas, 4:; Chaffee 

Canal Hopkins George G. ngt. 187 N. Main 

j Williams F. C. A Co. 211 and 215 So. Howland Christopher W. UW Clifford 



| UWEET & AUXOLD, i»ti 
° Canal, (see page 206) 



Main 

Winsor F. E. ft Co. 67 Canal 
Wood Brothers, 74 Canal 

Provision Dealers. 

Adams Silas X. lt'>7 Benefit 
Aldrieh Benjamin D. 726 No. Main 
An -ell Walter L. 528 No. Main 
Barney Henry A. 24 John 
Barney W. U.H. 315 Westminster 
Bartlett Brothers, 211 ft 213 Chart 
Bateman Thomas A. .".4*.» 1-2 Broad 
Bates l>:os. ft Co. SO Wevbosset 
Bellamy William. 27 CoHege 
Bently Brothers. 112 High 
Bieknell Joshua. li'.S Wiekenden 



..MlerdsC. H. ft Co. 11 Smitll 

Ijoalin John C. 227 Broad 
Kelly Stephen A. 185 Martin 
Kimball & ( olwell. 247 Washington 

' (pork packers and dealers) 
Knecht John, 00 Smithfield ave. (sau-' 

| s aires) 

! F ANAUD D. J. 184 Pine 

Leonard Bros. 8 and 5 No. Main 
Leonhard G. W. ."»1 1-2 Sutton 
; Lillie C. M. 166 Point 
Lincoln !. M. ft Co. 57 Canal 
Cord Stephen C. 8 Cranston 
.Marsh Henrv C. & Co. 282 Broad 
tin L. Albro, 57 Kiehmond 



Bjeknell Je.-hua 2-Vi Wieken.len | yi ASON 1. B. ft SON, 89 Cannl 

Bh ven Charles 1'. 97 Hope cor John M (n ) lo i csn i (l) 
Boutell William]) >. -,s Ijrondway Mason Miles H. 108 Canal (whole- 

Bowdish James W. 360 Pine -ale)# 

iM"nr>! m 'v * " "I' 1 Hff h i <r ,i , Mason ft Jencks. 964 -t 208 So. Main 
]>UiKIC> N. S. & CO. 440 High Mr0omb John <<n «, Ko . MAill 

' . iV^* ,,u r 1 V^ V \ „ • Morgan Matthew..;; Julian 

Ci r.!; r V./>-' lh ^ r ,", v x , l5 „V,,.:rl:-- ,..■.-■,,,:.: ;i: ll: f d. 



' Murray Teranee, 114 Pi 



Carpenter Benjamin D. lyO N. Main 
Carpenter Bros, (wholesale) 104 No. v ; . utun 

f.w lHi "a i r .v.„ , Peck C. C. 3S South Water 

thace Sylvester J .*• Jr.-ad p e , u , tt A|b , , t , { , , s (lrtnston i 

thiuch Fbeneyev (» J .» ( rati -ton p, r k ; -s T | ^ :'., '"r; jp-,,-,,1 

.•! ar i K* S r, fJwl* u,<, r a / le ] V i ( 'T l{ [Fklge L.* i>. ::17 & :;jV. North Main 
Clark U.K. OH Canal (wholesale) p,,tter James \ t . ,;-, [h.ud-ui 

Qninn Martin jr. '.'is High 
lUiwson Drville, GiW High 
kice Geurge A : , . , .l High 



Clea>bv l-ranl. lie t,. H Maitin 
Ck-nans John M. 211 Broad 
Culm Marcus, li Mill 



PROVISION DEALERS— REAL ESTATK A<;TS. 205 

, Richardson E. r.."ocanal (whoies'le) Kew York and New England It. K— 
Rider Lewis, 64 Oxford Exchange place. Worcester It. U. 

I Sheldon Joseph T. 39 Canal and 470 <'o.'s track. General Manas 
I High (com.) 

I Smith William jr. <V B.o. 11 McKcnoa 
ik & Co. 19»> 1-2 Cranston 



-t.jc 



s <;< 



i Itr 



Stoke* « S..W, :,r and .V.I Dyer 
Sweet Charles J. 7") llopo 
Vamey Albert II. 38 Smith 
Viall Horace T. 27 Claverick 
Walpole Patrick ('. 7» >7 No. Main 
Whipple II. M. 122 Smith 
Wheaton s. St Ron, ;"W Point 
Whitford Ambrose N. I.i Pernor 
Whit lord Eugene !•:. 87 Washington 
Whitney E. 1$. 92 Pin 



James II. Wilson. Supt. Prov. 

Division, L. W. Palmer 
Puwtuxct. Valley R.R. Co.— Pre*., 

Henry Howard. Treat., Wm. II. 

Pope 
Proi idenre, Warren and Rristol R.R. 

—Benefit, c«»r. India st. Supt.. 

Waterman Stone. Treaa., B. Rv 

Tnrrev. BoHton 
Provhlence and Springfield B.R. Co. 

.-Exchange pi. Pre*., Wm. Tlnk- 

ham. Trcas. and Gcn'l Passenger 

Agt., E. W. linkliam. General 

Freight agt. G. W. E. Anderso 



; William* Andrew o. & Co. 24 "Smith Providence ami Worcester K. K.— 
I Williams F, C. ft Co. 211 ft 2i3 South Exchange pi. Prca., Geo. A. Leete. 
! Main Treas., John R. Raich. Supt. Win. 

Williams John, 181 Broad E. Ctiambcrlain 

| Pump & Black Makers.! KaaoT C'oncaver. 

I Coleman W. ft Sous, 106 So. Water jHunoUl Emest,3i Friendship 
i ,, Mr , n Reading: Klooins. 

rumps. (Metal.) „ _. „ T ., 

1 v ' Prov. Public Library, IJutl.ir Exch. 

; pLAFLIX C. J. Il CO. Cove Lands 2d floor 

| ^ (see page 24«?) Union for Christian Work,!:;". Broad , 

i \fcGREGOft Dl'XCAX, 17 Fenncr Young Men's Christian Association,' 

xf± (glass cylinder) j 98 Wevbosset 

• pEARCK K. A. ft CO. 203 Broad I 



Real Estate Agents. 

(See also Brokers—Seal K>tate.) 



RICHARDS I. : 
page 311) 



(see page 298) 
PHILLIPS TlloMAS ft CO. 7."5 
- 1 - 8,1 So. Main (sec frontcol'dp.) 
PROVIDENCE STEAM ft GAS Andrew9 _ A - *•■»» Westminster 

x PIPE CO. Eddv comer Pine .V ) v "'"', ;..",,, ; ;',,. "',". r 

(steam and boiler) l ' ak " :'^ h f \ 4 r ":' v ,r, ?, to - u 

Whitman J. A. 128 No. Main (foun- ^P"' 1 , knk \ V L*-^ N ": Main 

tain) : . 1 P \ Vt 'V. , nif:- r if--V Mart " 1 

V V OOD & WIXSOR, 122 Dorrance ;. 1:,rk,> M \.", ' Ml ^ h 1#> . „. 
>V ' (-os^rrove Ihornas. lr>; Pine 

Greene C. T. 01 Westminster 
Punches """ William "• 49 Weybosset 

L unities. Jfcdlv Samuel, a^ent, 9 Martin 

P. 118 Acorn (sec R^Jfe"?.? 8 W 1 ',f } ^f s ^. i ' , 

llernok William 11. 21 tteyhosaet 
[ Hoi brook B. A. US Weybosset 
Quarries. i Hopkins William L. Thinner's avc. 

PjIAMOXD HILL GRANITE CO. 5 HortonH. ¥% Weybosset 
- 1 - 7 Custom Ho. st. (see page 243) Johnson J. G. Weyboaset, c. Custom 
; Honse street 
Kailroads. Lippitt A. l>. 4"> Westmin-t- r 

(Casino Offices in Province.) ! I .OUGHUM JOHN ft s, , v, ;v,9 So. 
s M.i in 

Boston and Providence R.R— Exch. Bow William H. 199 Westminster 
pi. Pres., Henry A. Whitney, Bos- Mathewsou Arnold P. l.Ni 1-2 Crun- 
ton. Supt., A. A. Pol.sum, Boston, i ston 

Supt. Trans., H. a. Chace, Prov-! A] IGHTIXGALE SAMUEL A. 5 and 
ff i5 en £ Q ,,, . « ., ^ 6 Equitable bldg.l Custom Ho. 

> Ul River, Warren and Providence! street 

B.B.— Benefit, cor, India st. Treas. j Pierce \\ iiliam I). W Pa^-o 
Benj. B. Torrcv, Boston 'Pratt Charles T. 27 Soutli Water 

.New Jfork, Providence and Boston It. siade GeoTgc II. l^.t Westminster 
R.— Exchange pi. Supt., J, B.Smhh Charles H. 98 Wevbossvt 
Gardiner, (in Providence*. Pres.Steere. Ernstos X. 4 Wayboaiu t 
s. I). Babcock. Treaa.. Henry Mor- WaUlron havid A. 20 Wevb<»s,*et • 
?' iU I Walker J oh a P. 4 E-pu tahlf building 



A . 



REED »V HARNESS 31 Fits. — ROOFING. 



I Reed and Harness Mfrs. 
(For Looms.) 

j TJKOWX BROS. St Co..:; Each, pi. 

j -*-' (dealers, nee insi.it- front cover) 
T\r.\IlA3I ALLEN If. agent, US 
*-* Dorrance, (see |iaffe24S) 
r«OWDEY -T. A. & SOX, 40 Clifford, 
11 (see page 24G) 
Kendriek Loom Harness Co. 14 Ex- 

1 chancre place 

1 Pro v. K.-t <i and Harness Co. 20 Ex- 

| change place 

Refiners and Smelters. 

i ARNOLD JAMES B. Z& Eddy, 

I -**■ (sec page 24!) 

: A USTIX JOHX, 74 Clifford 

Carpenter Horace F. 29 and :}1 Page 

• Remington & Barber, :») Potter 
; CMITH WILLIAM T. Bhickstone, 
j *3 c. Culver, (see page ^37) 

Refrigerators. 

VKKXEK WM. H. ft CO. 129 and 

] -*- 131 Broad, (see inside front cover) 
; (JALE WILLIAM H. 143 Tine 

j Registered Pharmacists. 

(See also Apothecaries) 
| ALFREDS IIF.NKY J. 811 Eddy, 
' Jrv (see page 282) 
i Austin A. O. 415 Broad 

IJAILEY BENJAMIN" D. 17 Thayer, 
i *** (see page 27j8) 
j Barth Brothers, 85 Broadway 

Barrows E. W. ?0«J High 
! ULAXDiXG \V. B. 7«> X. Main, and 
| *-* 58 Weybosset, (see front col'dp.) 

Bruce l>. jr. 62 Broadway 
i Burrington Charles B. is.', Broad 
j Burrington H. II. 60 North Main 

Burton Witt. J. ft Co. L'S .Market sq. 
| ( lALDElt ALBERT L. 163 West- 
I ^ minster, (see pa^e 204) 
| Calder Edwin A. 287 11I-U 
; Calder G. S. 307 Eddy 
j Chace James H. 1 Carpenter 

( jLARKE CHARLES K. 310 Crau- 
i ^ ston. (see page 1.7*2) 
; Clarke William E. :;10 South Main 
' Davis George W. 221 Westminster 
| Douglas C. J I. Charles, e. Branch av, 
. Eddv & Chip-nan,.;::; Hi-'h 

• Fairbanks George E. B. 95 1-2 Hope 
. Fenuer Albert, &gi High, (Botanic) 
! Penner James M. jr. 440 Cranston 
i Gladding Charles A. 223 Greenwich 

Goodnow D. V. ft Co. 1**0 ( ranstort 

• Greene William II. jr. IV) Chestnut 
: Greene William It. ] Westminster 
i J j ANDY W. W. 140 and 142 Broad 

i Harens George H. 143 \t well's are. 
Hinds William II. 309 South Main 



Leith Ilnrvovl . 190 Charles 75 linn- 
dull and 282 North Main 
r.u.-ij Clarence J. 122 Wickenden 
Mason U. A. P. Bl:i High 
\ JASON MHIMAN N. 129 N. Main, 
- u lace page 2«{) 
Mattiso,, K. P. 21»1 Westminster 
Morse William K. 34 1-2 Chestuot 
Newell Charles II. 77C North Main 
Oates John P. ."'.•Jit Broad 
Packard James a. ;;>7 1-2 Priendahip 
1'hillips P. J. 153 Charles 
Potter John E. '£»'> ( ranston 
i IjEYXuLDS WILLIAM K. $54 
lt Friendship, fsee ( u«ee 2S3J 
DUSSELL WILLIAM, JU. 913 and 
lt 915 (see page 294) 
Ryan William P. 27/ Atwell'a ovo. 
Smith Andrew J. :>4 Westminster 
Smith Byron, 308 North Main 
UMITII FERDIXAXD, 523 High, 
^ (see page 250) 
Sumner Back P. :;sl nigh 
Sumner OssitiQ .t Sun. L'Hi Broad 
Walling Walter A. 104 Charles 
Watson II. J. 33 Aborn 
Wheaton Wayland A. 88 Smith 

Restaurants. 

(See Eating /fotcsas, also Oysters and 

Itc/reshments.) 

Rin^ Travellers. 

DISOWN BROS. * CO. 37 Exch. 
*-* pi. (see inside front rover) 
Pierce II. L. Manuf. Co. 93 Dorranee 

Roll Cutter. 

pHARXLEY JAMES A. 131 Dor- 
^ ranee, (see page 251) 

Roofing. 
ALLEN E. J. 217 & L'19 So. Main 
*■*- (metal, see page 255) 
\ LLENSON J. &. J. 9 Steeple (see 
- v page 255) 

pOYXTOX CEO. E. 49 Exch. place 
* J (Asbestos, see page 270) 
Burdiek Bros. ( J5 Smith (metal) 
IpOVINGTON &. HOWLAXD, 12 
^ Market square (see page 302) 
Penner N. B. 120 Loekwood 
EfEXXER WM. II. & CO. 129 & 131 
• *-' Broad (metal, see inside front 

cover) 
Freeman Henry A. 162 Eddr (mefal) 
VfAGUIRE J. T. ft CO, 22 West- 
-* 1 - minster (sec page 20h) 
Martin Joseph ft Co. Wl'age 
Mather „>* Co. 11 Exch.ft -I Crarv ' 
XfOOKH JOHN W.-.njI Washington 
*'•*' (Are ft waterproof, -<•<• t> _''-• 
f> 1. CONCRETE PAVEMENT 
L ^- CO. XtWeyboeset (see p. -Jul ) 
QAWYER THOMAS JU. 14)45 High 
° (tin I 

FliHE RHODE ISLAND FAINT ft 
■*■ K<>« >KlNO CO. Eddy cor. Wash- 

mgtuu isee page L'A>> 



i ^THOMPSON W. B. 888 High (tin) 
ThynK J. T. 4l> Pine |{JJW 

Roofing Materials, 



AWING, PLANING, ETC. 207 

Sail Makers. 
iy i Cwndnll, 847 India 

Frank a. 181 South Water 
j/ALES T. J. L' Planet (sec p. 8O0M 

"DOYNTON GEORGE E. 49 Exch. ,, ... , . T . _, , J 

■*•■* l lae«- ( \«,l/C"itos sit i)-i<-»» *~(i) Payne Bulumi J. o Dorranec street 

^ Market -<un,e («ee ,,,••.> -jo-') PEA.sE LEANDLR I. 84 South 

A,f OOKE JOHN W. WM Washington Walcr < see *■*■ W 

T> i^riACKETifi-AVi-MKNT CO.' Salt Kottle Manufs. 

-iv. o ;5 u > n i ( „s,«t < see i-riirt- --v.1 ) i (Patent.) 

I rpHE RHODE ISLAND PAINT & *> ' 

i - 1 - ROOFING ca Kil«l\ cur. Wash- gEARLES A. B. 57 Wey b oeae t 



ISLAND PAINT 

E.l.U cur. Wash- 
ington (see page 898) 

Roving Guide Manuf. 

Helme Daniel, 14 Haisey 

Rubber Belting. 

"DROWN BROS. A CO. 37 Exch 
-*-* place, (see Inside front cover) 

TTDDV A. C. 4 STFDLEYS, U 
■*-* Westminster (see page i!4*») 

Rubber Clothing. 

T^DDY A. C. A- STFDLEYS, 15 ***** Maker (Lead.) 
SJ Westminster (see page 240) |pRAWFORD JAMES, 11 "Water- 



Salt Clarifiers. 

CWEET J. JR. A J. B. G8 Canal 
*■-> (see page 288) 

Salt Dealers. 



luWEET .1. II. A J. B.'oS Canal (see 1 
O page 206) 



Rubber Embossing Rolls 

pIIABNLEY JAMES A. 131 Dor- 
^ ranee (see page 251) 

Rubber Hose. 
"pDDY A. C. 4 STFDLEYS, 
-*- J Westminster (see page 24*'.) 
WEAVER GEORGE E. HO and 

Rubber Goods Manufs. 



man (see page 898) 

Savings Ranks. 
| (See also Page 289.) 

Citizens Savings Bank, :'A4 High 
i City Savings Bank, 21 Weybosact 

itutiou for Savings. 



1041 High (see page 2GU) I \1 ECIIANICS SAVINGS BANK, f'S 

- u Wevbosset, (see page 293) 
Merchant's Savings Bank, [) Exch. pi. 1 
(See India Rubber Goods.) I JJEOPBES SAVINGS BANK - 

*■ Murki't Sfiiniriv I <u*f. pag<- 3W1 



Market square, (see page 893) 
Providence Institution for Savings,; 
76South Main 

R. I. Institution for Savings, 70 We v- 
ln 



Rubber Stamp Manufs. 

REYNOLDS E. 4 CO. 3 Weybosset 
±v (see page 278) 
WALLACE G. A. 4 CO. 9 Wey- 

' ' bosset (see page 200) Union Savings Bank, l<i Westminster 

WHITE A. A. 3 Weybosaet (self- Saw Manufs. 

T ' mkmg, see pnge 1>> ( J). 

»„!. Afl „„f . Providence Saw Works. 2,5 Calender. 

Rule Manufs. Whipple John G. 89 Aborn 

L ^uidTn l I 4?T-Trk t Shaq,c ' rrome -| Sawing. Planing and I 
Quoiton w„ UGPine Moulding Mills. 

Saddlery Hardware. fef&ftJ^Sfc*? °£ s 2j£? x- ' 

/« i it ) \ 1 kODGE J A BED < . 4 SON, Eov 

Ik.« aisa sicrauarc.) \j point Pianino Works, 450 South 

TJfJCKLIN DANIEL D. 137 to 143 Main 

I FRENCH, MACKENZIE A CO. 69 
r Friendship, (see opp. page 49) 
Greene Benjamin F. foot of Munches-* 



Dyer 
Fa .mum C. 4 Co. 88 Exeh. place 

Safe Manufs. 

Baxter P. W. 48 Ltppitt 

Corliss Safe Manuf. Co. 15S Core 

Safe Repairers. 

Baxter P. W. 43 Lippitt 



| ter 
Jones Julius II. and 11 Dora 

'Martin H. O. 4 Co. 319 Fountain 
Moult. >n & la: rahan..: u J Mill 
VIOULOCK ft BAYER, 108 to 106 

|-***> Dorrance, (see page 35-ft) 



208 



PLANING, KTC— SHELL WO UK MANCFfi 



. \iowuv wm. o. u. & co. K4 Sewer Pipe. 

! J ' L OranW. [see pace 212) 
rool9C.II & Co. Harris avo. near R L CEMENT DRAIX FIPK CU 

AeonMUx") ' *. ,i "" h ' 'V ' ,rk - r:,r S: "' 

Presbrey & Myricfc, Summer, corner * ™*>i »• Cove Ba»fn | s.-c p. :vl | 
i Meadow . Sewing Machines. 

Vaughn Lorenzo & Co. 5&> and otf • 

Higb American Sewing Machine Co. 2F0 



Scales and Balance* 



JABBER E. B.7G Arcade, (sec page 



| "OROWN BROS. A CO. 37 Kxeli. Bmwn & Sharpe Mannf. Co. fmfra.) 

J> p] ;1 ee,a.-e„ts f.,r Buffalo Snilo IVoinenmle.iicar Park 
I Co. («ee inside front cover) Domestic Sewing Machine, J. P. 

, . . . j Stout-, 2o4 Westminster 

Schools. oould II. I. [.Mlligli 

! f£ee Cotfr>/>:-:, Schools, *<{-.) Harris ('. W. agent. The Singer Mig.| 

I <'o. L'lM Westminxter 
; School and Omce i'urm- Howe Machine Co. C. W. Williamp, 

kfORLOCK ^BAYER, W2. J^^^Er^ °°' ^'^ ^ 
i *"■ and Km; Dorrunce, (sec p. 234) Montt'urt A. C. k Co. 217 Wcstmi*-] 

* Screw Mamifs. ! iw Too! Co. (mamift.) 148 Wett 

, American Screw Co. Edwin G. An- River 
| gell, prcs. 21 Stevens and otiS Eddy Remington Sewlni? Machine, I. II. 

Potter, ii'.'fjit. L't',4 We<tmi;ist« r 

Scroll Sawing. gAWVEii tHomas, jk. lor. High 

j (See also Hawing and Planing.) Th;lxfcr B# c . oj7 Westminster 

Arnold wiMiam J. 338 Fountain Weed Sewing Machine Co. Shippee 

• Baker James M. 84 Orange & Baker, I'.O Westminster 

! | VODGE J. C. & SON, 4o0 South \V HKELEU * WILSON MAXUF. 
I iJ Main j *.! CO. W. If. Mullen, agent, 2jU 

j Jones Jenkins, 81 Orange I. Westminster, (see pajre 302) 

MORLOCK A BAYEU, 102, 104 and White II. K. (American;, 270 Wes(- 
100 Dorrance, (see page 254) minster 

| Wilcox St Gibbs Sewing Machine Co. 

Sculptors. W. W. Ray, manager, -•>> WestmV 

j Hemmenway C. H. 22 Randall Sewing Machine Ken-air- 

| Seal Presses. ym ^ L D & ^ Wertm|M| J 

! TTELLOGG, PRINTER, 10 Westinin- l»arkm«On Edward, 21 Friendship 
j xx ster, Marge seals a specialty, sec Shippee & Baker, I'JJ We-*tiaiu»ter 

| wauaceg. A. & co. 9 Wey- Sewing; Silk and Machine 

! >V hxsset, (see page L'liU) Twist. 

| J^EYNOLDS E A CO. 3 Weybos-i WHJEELER & WILgON MANri , 
InMMTVT'^Vw 1 * / >V CO. W. II. Mullen, a-.'ent. _'■>' 

' W paV^'..") " C - vboSSCt ' (see | Westminster, (seepage 302) 

! Second Hand Machinery. Shafting, Hangers and 

I * Pulleys. 

I QLAFLIN C. J. & CO. Cove lands, p LArL IN C. J. A CO. Cove lamb. 

; V (see page 2U.) Kj (see page . Jl4 ; } , 

Seedsmen. Shell Work Manufs. 

I t>ARRETT W. E. CO. 44 Canal, Adams J. S. & Co. Snow cor. Chape] 
| JJ (see front colored pnge) Potter William K. 121$ Westminster 

j Burrows Charles IL 271. Broad Shin Chandlery «V r Stores 

pAfoXS HENRY, u Lloyd i,,,.^ 111 ^ *-"«* n,l, < * X * v !5lorts 
, ^ last white page) Greene Warren C. •'-••; to 340F.dJy 

JOHNSON HAMLIN, 2 Exch. pi. Knickerbocker W. P. A Co. 68 South 
: ° (see front rob n-.| page) Water 

0?C0NNOR J IM!>1 l'A . Hoj.l', cor Purinton R. II. L'."»> South Main 
Thayer, (see page 263J ' Williams F.C* Co.2HA2lO S, Main 



6 II IP SMITHS— SPRING BED MAM'F> 



Ship Sniillis. 

Blackwood James, 4L' South Main 



vharf 

Ship Windlasses. 



joiLNSON <>. ,< 
•-' Chan-.-, (<ha 



Soup manufacturers. 

[Chubbuck ('•. II. Waterman, cor. East 
Bivcr 
, e Curtis. Davis Sc Co. AV! Canal 
Chute Richard 11. Hill a wharf, foot of Dwe „ y ,.., bl . rl K< 47t ; KlIlly 

Henderson IIutm.s I- a ic C Kah'iu o»n Jess i- 

Saliabury Herbert D. fiiot of Crary ,,iiuc ' 

Smith William it. (shipwright; Hill's ]huui . A 0rrin M . 1.-, Wood 

it co. i.; to 19 E«- 
lera) 
.Kendall Mauf. Co. X. Sheldon, treas. 
American Ship Wmlluss Co. East Friendship cor 1' i •-•• 
j liiver new Red bridge Lincoln Manuf. Co. 16 Byron 

Shipping Offices, f filST* J ' * ( *° kten & ° ap) 17 

Chase A. D. A, Co. 147 South Water [McQueeney William, Jeflerson ave. 
Nichols, Crowell &. Co. 2113 So. Main n. Jackson ave. 

j Med bury Uetijamin F. 22 Dora 
Shirt and Collar Ma nuts. Merriam T. P. :\i liiver 

i Bu4e Thereae,2S Butler Each. 3d vJj^fibtfc^&VSEL 

Church S. D. li, Calender Murjratrovd ( h tries B. Ti Harold 

Klhs Shirt Co. '2\,1 \\ cstininster tw„ v< W 14 Charles 

I Handy Charles F. (custom) 129 West- pEBRY OIL CO. 2*1 Dyer, (har- 
i minster ; 1 ncsa, see pae;e 2til) 

; Shoddy Mannl's. Phetteplaee & Burtlctt, S03 Friend- 

; Foster II. E. A Co. 117 Summer Provfsoap Manuf. Co. Jackson ave. 

Looinis Jolya &. Co. 117 Summer cor _ Balch 

cj, *«., t»* mt Robinaon W. A. A Co. 10 S. Water 

Shuttle Manufs. Starline Manuf. Co. 194 I'ine 

HAYDEN* D.W. 01 Pearl (seep. 2*4) Cnion Oil Co. (fulling and scouring) 
. li'. i India 

Signs. (Advertising.) \ Soda Manufacturers. 

Pacey Edward, 103 No. Main (metal) I 8 ** Ho'tlers.) 

c ., „. , ; Solicitors of Patents. 

Silver Platers. 

Jones Edson S. Ml Westminster 
(See Electro Platers.) Marsh Henry, jr. 70 Wcyb'set, rm. 14 

Brings Jeremiah & Son, 220 Eddv Perce & llallett, 3 Butler Exchange. 
| 'ALLAdHAX JAMKS. 2U Potter od floor 
^ (see page 281 ) Schoiield S. oO Westminster 

Lovett : John; Ml Weybosset Sorrento Wood Carving. 

Lowe Thomas II. A son, Hh Friend- 

ship Cutler X. If. Miss, 13 Hoppin Home- 

Mason James A Co. 70 Peck | stead Building 

Plimpton Wm. W. 4*.) Peek Snertarles 

Young Matthew & Co. 131 Dorrauce ^atuiuts. 

TAYLOR GEO. H. A- CO 13GWe8t- 
..... . , ... . . .- minster, (wholesale, see p. 333) 

Hutchins g. AC. P. 133audl&j West- Sporting Apparatus. 

Eminent & Brown, 134 fr,-—-- J P OPfi CABLES F. 33 Weybosset 



Feasenden A Co. 109 Friendship 
Gorham Manuf. Co. 70 Xo. Main 
Kitowles J. B. & S. M. i'o line 



minster ' POPE CHARLE 
minster x . see p^ ^ 

Silver Ware Mannfs. | Spring Bed 15ottoms. 

pARPENTEK EDSOX, 40' High. 
^ (see page 279) 
Dodge II. L. 68 Arcade 

Slasher Cylinders. Spring Bed Manufs. 

PHILLIPS THOMAS A CO. 79 So. C ^S™*-!?* * 1 *' *** 
A Main (see front cold page) J^ffSSf* to! 4 High 

OWEENEY WILLIAM, opp. 123 

^ Canal, (see opp. page 48) 

Twin Spring Bed Co.»173 Westmin'r 



Slaters. 

C.olrick Michael. 2\H» Atwell's ave 



14 



»~». 



210 



SPUING MANUF8. — STATISTICIANS*, ETC. 



Sprinir Manufacturer, Wnftc Allen, 180 ltichra<»nd 



CUACKFORU A. Hu Umugo, (« 
►-> riage, Mt-u page 274) 

B. 



Warren a. II. r.-iirj-.* Xo. Main 



man .1. If. 13 Crmist..ii 

,, , ,.„„ler Allien i».:;-* run. i 

I Spring Rollers. {Curtain.) vvidtford 1. w.& Go. i.> Fountain 
I. SPRING HOLLER CO. 2F " ni1 '"' ( '" vr __.... 
Friendship and 49 Peck, (see WlUH'li TATA IN A Co. a* 
ttace .;loi I " tmuitaiu 

J * , . . Young Nathan W. H» Smith 

Snriiitrs and Axles. _. , , ,, , , 

poXGDONr carpenter & co. Stained ami Enameled 
v> 81 Canal, (see front col'd pagej Glass. 

Stables. ! Arnold Stephen ('. -'.".1 Ifign 

Allen E. F. fi French A KXOLU fc McGOWAN, 6 Efcch. 

Beverly George W. 49 Cranston I " HjSS!? l»f« P"5« f*"J „. 

Billings Bros. Union, eor. Worceater ° * Watetm n, 

Camp^lJumes,69t©73Dorrance ! lf [ *** P"** 5 2 *j> . _ ._ ftw , 
Chase Leander, 4b and 4* Dodge IJawkma Anion 41. A Co. 179 WAab- 

Cook Ifenrv Fountain eor Dean Inirton 

Copeland George H. A Co." 170 Ben- "R^E, STARKWEATHER A CO. 
/tit i 1V *» Kaehenge plaec, (see hr-t 

Dana Charles F. .'.1 and 55 Hope j ^ ,,n, ' k colored page ) 

j JjABLING A. R. & CO. ?1A Benefit .gWEET I>. D. & CO. la Eddy 

Foster Thomas S. 605 Broad Stair Builder. 

i T7RAXKLIX BROS. Ill Pine JBavlisa M. W. 99 Dorrnnre 

! r iCady Fred. W. W. rear 7 Meeting 

j Freeman & Francis, Fine, c. Fotter jFeuracrea William, IS4 Charles 
j Fuller Henry A. 41 Tnbev IfREXCIL MACKENZIE & Co, fill 

! Gerrv Samuel & Co. 29 Grant i L Friendship, (see opp. p. 40) 
; Gladding Charles F. 313 Brond Pool H. W. rear .34:? Fountain 

j Gladding W. F. A T. C. (boarding), [Richardson Edward. S4 Orange 
| Arsenal lane Sweet William. 312 Fountain 

Stair Builders' Materials 



I A RNOLD A McGOWAN, 6 Eseh. 
i ^ place, (sec pajre 270) 



Goldsmith Joseph, C, Hour 
i Gorman (). rear 90 North Main 
| Grant Leroy S. 29 Walker 
j Greene Rh*, 7.'> Washington 

| Hay ward Clarence A. o7 and 39 Ban- I7REXCH, MAt KBXKIE & To. i 
| dall L Friendship, (see opp. p.i-e 1'.); , 

j Henley Henry II. 406 Pine IQWEET 1). I). & CO. I") Eddy 

HoImod J. E. Bn.ad. cor. Fifth , ^ 

i Ladd &. Bro(her>, Arsenal lane Starch Manufacturers 

Lawrence Asa, 704 Ed.lv d i> ea | c . rs . 

Martin < hn>r<.ipii. t, j) Ornis _ , _ .. ,„. . .. ... 

Medbnrv st,.ri-v M-inrnn iv M-inr.m Rurrouj-h K M. J2 xmtli \\:i:er 

Miller & Brown, LO Mill J ' 'V • \ , • L , ,.! >1\ ,- v 

Mortit W. A. \r, Cl-mence LtM j ke 8 Ratine Starch ( o. .,- Ls- 

Pa-e Geor-o II. Well, cr. Planet , i'lVIll" ^cV'.'m-wt vtiipi? ? » T* 

' Pl.etteplace & Wade, 10 Moulton & [**<£ l^^^^ fi^ 

back colored P ;, '-°) 
Robinson W. A. A Co. 10 S. Water 

Taft O. A. jr. .V Co. <m S. Water 



, r. 1072 Hif 



Stationers. 
Circulating i/ibrary Co 



Batt- 
Totter Albert E. Stoki 
Bandall C. A. bt Carpente 
Redfera William, 24 Dclaim- 
Ihwlcv J,..hn II. .Spring, cur. Pond, A 

24 Dean 
Schanck James, rear 47.". High &*** . 

Sheldon William J. Trinity sq. H.^h 

Smith F. J. Ill * is Winter Bugbec ><: Kelly, G, W estun 

Smith H. S. ,v Co. 178 Smfth 
Smitli James F. 2 I'usl « "lOee <•< 
Stanley J.. Matilda, n. FaWtuc' 
Swan Henry W. 1G7 *. .'arpeuter, * x imnater, (s< 

(bonrdnig) Statisticians »fc Punlisli- 

ers of Directories. 



! C HERMAN E. I.. & U>. 3 

i- 1 miu>r-r. !- ; -p.»'-"-22:;i 
. 1/ EFI.OGG. PiUNTER. 19 W 



West- 



page _•' 



Tattle A Hobba, 1 ? Clemence, (Hr- 
' ery, boarding ami *a!-'» 
I'ndcrwood Johu .v, Uo Fenu 



b 



A M I 



X. l»AVF.XPORT St CO 

.".• rear What Cheer Building 
seepaa< :%K*\ 



STEAM UOATrt — STONE CUTTERS 4 DEALERS. 211 

Steamboats. Steam Fire Kngines. 

Clyde steam Line*, 11 Custom House \ LLEN FIRE deft. <[ PPLY CO. 
j street * x A. Wurk, anpt. Eddy, c. Friend- 

pOXTlNENTAL STEAMBi ».\T COj ship, !>«-■" |>i^.> _-»r > 

^ providence mid Newport, f steam He-ttinir Vimar- 
Maurun, manner, ha; and 1 ;s »*•»■» *** l l™» A PP ar - 



l>v 



atus 



| pitOVIDEXCE, XORFOLK AND pLAFLIN C. .7. ft CO. Cove laud* 
I* RALTIMOEE KTKAMHJIII* \j f^nml Jmnd, »oe i pare ''46) 

j LINE, K. H. Rockwell, agent, TTEATHECOTE JOHN, 176~ Eddy. 

Lonsdale wharf, India .street, XJ ft <j0 Fricndidiip 
I (see page 2W*) pROV. (STEAM ft (iAS FIFE CO. 

Providence unit Fall River Line. T.IL 1 Fine, cor. Eddy 
Browm>11,»n»t. office, 71 So. Water; IITATSOX J. II. agt. Gold's patent. 

Providence and Stonmgton Steam- >> ^7 Canal 
! ship Co. Pre*, line, Fox Poiiitwhf. ItTOOD & WIXSOR, 122 Dorrance 
I and oWcyboseet, Z. Williams, agt. \\ 

! Stonington Steamboat Co. .1. B.j ... ^ , . 

j Gardiner, agent, 5 Weybosset Steam Packing. 

I \y INSOK LINE, (Prov.. and Fhil- B „ kpr s w Mnnuf r „ :;; Wefhm > t 

| " iwIelplna).(,eo. A. Kilbnuagt. i> ( ,YNT< )N CE< »K(.E E. 49 'Fxcli. 

Imlm street, (see page JfiS ) 1> pl- (jubcatoe, see page 1'7U) 

' Steam and Gas Pipe Fit- 
ters. 



r Demp* 



Steel Engraver**. 

Farmer, Livenuorc ft Co. 27 Custom 

(See 0U0 G>t« Fitters.) I House street, room 17 

Burton David, 1 10 Eddv ITKLLOGG. PRINTER, 1!. West- 

Fuller Iron Works, F. Fuller, agent, 

410 & 418 South Main 
Pcarce Charles, 7S Wick end en 
I3EAKCE E. A. ,t CO. 293 Broad, 
J - (see pa-_-e Sfi«K) 

PROV. .STEAM AND QAS PIPE \±+ I s ?* . 1>afre r 1J 
L CO. J. C. Uartshoru, trcas. Pirn-.! T>EYNOLDS E. ft CO. ', Weybosset, 
iL face page 278) 
i Porter WALLACE G. A. ft CO. 9 Wev- 

<11Lh >> bosset, (see page 2t») 

TITHITE A. A. 3 ""' 
'' page 239} 



corner Eddy 
; Iteavev, Smith & Co. 
j ^THOMPSON W. U. 



Steel Letter Cutting 

' OLNSON JOHN 15. 4L' North Main, 



3 bosset, (see 



i WOOD ft WINSOK, 122 Dorian 

I vv Stencil Cutters 

Steam Boiler and PipeJBabcock G. W. ill 

Covering. 1 |> ENSON J( »HN B. 442 North Main 

! *-' 1 see page 'J71 ) 
Cosgrove John. 49 Peek, (coppe; 
pi. (Asbestos, s»re page 



Chalmers Spence Co. 4>> Wey bosset 
j l>OVNTON GEORGE E. Y.» Exch.i 
' 1) i / » 1 . „ .>-*!« 1 stamps for bleach 

TlEYNOLDSE. ft CO 



49 ExeU 
■ 2ff0) 



DOYNTON GEORGE E. 
! ±y pi. (AsbestOfl, see pair 

Steam Engine liuilders.i 

j (5te a!*o Boiler Makers, also Machin- 



W 
iW u 2 



I'-'c 



• t, 1 see ]..: 

a. a. .; 
i 230) 



ybo*£*t, (see 



Stone Cutters & Dealers. 

{(See al*o Granite and MnrhU Worh- 



pORLISS STEAM ENGINE CO.| ""*•' 

; U ( "buries >t. U.K. crossing, (see Beekwkh H. F. I2"i Gasp»«e 

front coVd page) I \IAMOND HILL ..i:\MTE CO. 

pRUICKSHANKGEO. M. .t C0.28G iJ 3 Custom House st. rm>m 8, (see 
\V Dyer , page 24d) 

i Full.r Iron Worts, F. Fuller, agent, PALT J. P. ft CO. foot or South. 
i'.O ft 418 South Maiu j 1 (see page HiHi) 

TJ ARRIS W. A. Park, six nnnutealGarvey JJrotliers, 7 Harris avenue 
AX walk west from passenger sta-ic.UIcn John, Charles, above Mugan 



front cold page) 
Frov. Steam Engine Co. :)7.*1 S. Ma 



jKiplings U. 



uNhip 
! W. C.aspee. Cove lands 



I 212 STOKE CtTTEKS A DEALERS — SWEEP SMELTERS. 

! Sweet Jesse B. l-.i; t nvn I plCHAUDSON It. Manton ave. nt 

flHiVE & HOLMES, ,1 |««vlo nve. " Wanton village (see page378j 
! L mid 4'.*. 1 Mi.!.. («(•< • p:i-_- 2P7) R„>t II. T. 114 WesturiiiNtvr 
il'AKKK.X's !!- x 4.'..' High. ( -.ccjlJAWYEH THOMAS JR. HM5 High 
" pag. 2WJ ^ 

Whelde.t JuaepH >l ( .... Argol Isnyles If. 0. Mr<. Is', Rddy 

<ci,.,»,. v,..,< • Smilh John II. UH5 South Main 

" ,UIM • Al * m SJPiCEHS ,t PECKHAM, 22 Exch 

pHOV. AKTIFiriAT. STONE AND ° phicrc 
1 DRAIN PIPK WORKS, 765 Xo.lStrong If. 11. & Co. 90$ nigh 

Main, (see page244j I'lUlOMFSON WM. B. 8S8 High 

Stone, Earthem & Koek-. u - uiI , v-u j, -„; ^,. v | )0w . t 

Ingham Ware, Wright L. h„. IttWeybuaaet 

Pcwtress S. L. & Co. 5H IVrk Stove Maimfs. 



99 .So. Water 



Stovs Co. Point <•. Chestnut 



Stone ami Pearl Setters. |G"m*w Foundry * Machine Co. 1»»1 

Lewis Arthur, 67 Frii ndship lOl'lCEKS ft PECKHAM, office 22 

Reynolds William L.22i>Eddy O Exchange plaea 

Storage. I Stove 1'olisli Ma 11 11 is. 1 

Brown Edwin W. 28 So. Water THE ENAMEL STOVE POLISH, 

I-an River Iron Works Co. 71 rsouth JL \ u Seuri.s )7 WVybosset 

Water * ' 

Prov. Warehouse Co. Mason c. Cove Strainer Manuf. 

e . , r .. ' ri QEARLES A. B. 57 Weybosset, 

Stop Motion. (tor Draw- O ( w i re gauze) 

ing Frames.) stucco Workors . 

TTAYDEN DANIEL W. SI Pearl Campbell .Tames, 298 Fountain 

(for drawing frames and rail- IVEMPSTER A. 85 Pine cor. Hav 
way heads, see page 284) 1.' (seepage 254) 

Stove Dealers and Tin K5!k ; •»nyi P. J.157 Smith Main 

cj««:*k« I AWTOS 111 II S B. 1,0 So. Mam 

ouiiifs, jj fsfc pace •t.'.i 

ALLEN E. J. 217 & LM9 So. Main T EWIS <, E nT:<;r. W. 8 Gilmore 
xx (see page 2m) Li f see nitjre ^6) 

^LLENSON J. & J. 9 Steeple (sec M , K .., ma M. :y,J Westminster 

anthS^cowell ft co. it»M°^?l»4) J ' i2C,owi,,,tkmC8e€ 

1! fr'.f? Br ? B «„ >- , , >„• Wood & Sheridan, 19 ft 21 WaaMngfn 
Arnold, Jiukcr & Miller, 2oi and 256 . _ _ _ ' 

High Surgical and Dental I11- 

BiilingsL.L. 79 Dean Rtruments. 

Burdick Bros, p.*, Smith IT5LANPING W. B. 7U North Main, 

£»dyft.pcan, 819 and ::i'l High 13 Rn d 58 Weybosset. (see front 

Caffery ft Brooks, 17 Smith colored nasrel 

Campbell John H. \:V, Charles i « 

Caprou M. li. iOMartinaudin South Surveyors. 

Main (See al*o Civil Engineers.) 

QLAFLIN C. J. ft CO. Cove lands rjALL CLIFTON A 12 Market so. 
^ (second hand, see pn~e 24M II ( slH . .,,,„«. ^in) 

Coggeshall Freeborn, 28 South Main Lnlll!Un j„ SO pk A. 14 Westminster 
fe": J?"S?* ■::' n : (i ' S( ;- Mai ", Sehnbarth X. 15. 29 Weybo»set 
^LNNEUMM. 11 & co. 129& 181 ^HEDD J. HEttREKT. 65 West- 
- 1 - Broad (see mside fr nt coven O minster (see nuee '^iD 
Freeman Henry A. W> EMy DIIEUD ft SAWYEH, W AVestminV 

t.reeley Mirhael,..S Charles O (aee naa-e 2U7) 

IIAXXEYA Mil. LEU. 2U3 Broad (^.ia r . ,..; 

±L (seepage3t)l) Sweat Collars. 

Hodnett Dora, (heirs) 4o Wickenden TTAlfLOX HENRY, 140 So, Main 
, Howland .1. A. '>':; I'.d.lv rewson iL (see page 1^4) 

Janes Alpliouso K. ft Son. 8 Math- D WAftll KmmUmwa 

Lo%egrove William E. :r.»7 High ,Su ee P ?,s ^»* %1,t ' , s » 

\\f AOOON A. J. ft CO. 21« and 218 ARNOLD JAMES li. 236 Eddy, 
\£\ Broad A ( 3t .e page 241) 

; MrAuhite Owen, 258 South Main \ CSIIX JOHN, 74 Clitlord 

[ McCatiYey Putriekjr. I'M Anrell'sar. ** 



S W K E V | M E LTE RS — TK a C 11 E RS, ETC. 



. Carpenter Horace I*. i*» .-n.,1 :M Pago 
; Remington & Barber, .K> Potter 

eUlTll WILLIAM T. BlaekBtone, 
j ° e. Culver, (see page J-'»7; 

Tags. (Merchandise and 

Shipping. ) 
j KULLEIt, L'PIIAM & CO.MWest- 

J - minster (we* opp. page 4.M 
| "IENCK.S C.W. & BRO, 287 Broad 

T/"F.LLOGG; HUNTER. 19 Waal 
JV minster Cs.e page ȣ) 

Tailors. 

Armstrong Joseph fk Co. 7 College 
Banigan I\ T. !Lm Westminster 
Heuzard E. C. 422 High 

Bliss k t Co. 2P Butler Excli. 8d Hour 
Boyle M. E. !W8 Wewtniiu«ter 
Briggs A. I). 3W Wotmm'-tcr 
Browning & Munav. AU Westmins 
Canhan John S. I.l'llav 
Carey Michael & Co. '£*) Broad 
Carroll Andrew J. 1!) Wevlmsset 
Casev Thomas, 2U Wevbojtaet 

j Chacc Thomas W. & Co. 17". West 

i minster 

I Cohen Jacob,221 South Main 
Collins Edward, . 8 Westminster 
Corrigan T. l\l'2 Westminster 

I Dambruch M. G. S Page 

, Davidson J. II. a.-eiU, US High 
Deming T. T. J Buth-i " 



Ho 



uge,4tl 

Denahy Patrick, 114 North Main 
EarleA Ten-orV, lis Westminster 
Edwards S. C. II*.) Westminster 
Ferguson Francis, 211 Wcvbo.sset 
Fleming James A. 2.1 Iniem 
Freund C. G. ftH'hnptd 
Glavin Dani.l, 111) Bniad 
Gardner John, :3tfi Hiprh 
Goerncc William. IJW Westminster 
Goffe II. J. & Son.3 Marl. rwi son 
Griffin Samuel, I ft* Williams 
Harrop Walter, RDCtove 
Heck & McCarthy, 3R) Westminstei 



Jacks 



Jacob, 



outh Main 



Join's John K. :X,7 Hijr*. 
Kiieg.smann Kndolph II. 1 1 Richmond 
Krohuc Brothers, IP South .Main 
Lamond W.I). l'» Cranston 
Llovd James, *•_' W.-vhosset 
Luther J. C. & Co. '.t"l Westminster 
I Mancini Thomas, 2W Atwell's ave. 
Martin & Wood. L>7 Wevbowset 
MeCarron & Rvan, 994 High 
McDonald William, i.-7 Westminster 

McCinn John, 4> ( Imrles 
McManns John, 7:' N< rth Main 
I Mueller Casper, {> Washing-toil 
| Murray Stephen, 71 South Main 
j Nathan Julius. Ill' Broad 
| XeserA Mieh«.n. h I'nion 
: Xieoll Alexander. "J:: Westminster 
O'Xeil Edward, M North Main 
O'Xeil Timothv, :At) Westminster 



Pakas Abraham, »! Market nouare 

Roth»teiu i ha.i.-s. :m in-:, 

Uotirke P. <>. \'A Westminster 
Ryan lUchard.tVl Eddy 
Salisbury Rros. S Co. 4." Dnrranee 
Sherloek Peter, 1.1 Norfolk 
Simon Isaac & Co. '.!;:•.» High 
Smith C. B. US IV* tmituttcr 
SpringerJ. II. *'_'.-. High 
Stanton John, 9 I'nion 
Stone .fc Murphv, N Exchange 
Stratton J. B. H>.l Charles 
- Stu.ll.v A. B.tfc! Wevhoasci 
'PALLY * 8LATTKRY, 2*1 Weat- 
j L minster, I see page 'J*M) 
Thompson Michael, HiMllfcrh 
Tinkler & Ganlnvr, ):'.:; \-l Broad 
Tripp John S. jr. 7.1 Wcybusstft 
Turner C. P. U Ihitter ' . 

rimer John. I'll line 

West George, 131 Ur..i,,l 
Whyres Henry, 1.1 Ifav 
^Wilson i Potter, .VJ Weybosset 
Tanks. 

! I TICKS G. G. 444 S.-uth Main 

I ' 

1 Tanners and Curriers. 

Anthony A. & Co, rear IM1 Ilicrh 
Rose 11. M. 52 Exchange [dace 

Taxidermist. 

HasueJ. H. .*..'{ Wash'ni-f.a, 
|| ScutIi«riek& Jencks, 2ttl Westmin- 
ster, room 10 

TeaciK'is of Private 

S<*h<x>ls. 
( (See also CotnmervitU CWteoce.) 

1 Abbott J. L. Mis... 360 Benefit 
Aldcn C. M. L. Mrs. An:ell. corner 

i Krowii, ( kiuiier^aiten > 

jBerjr Emma D. Mr*. 214 Broad 
Bisbee Harriet N. 1 Kendall 
Daboll Mary Mrs. ] 12 Ihiholl 
t'e.Munu N. W. Mrs. lyouug ladies), 

'. 21)1 and 2d3 Beueltt 
Dunbar Charles L. Mrs. 79 Hope 
Kiel. leu & ( hace, i young ladies \ 31 1 

Westminster 
C.-aj'ton Harriet K. •U:'! Prairie r>.ve. 
Harris John W. Mm. 2Sl Waslnnyton 
llnlden Ahhie F. Misa, 2SJ Westmin- 



ster 

Leavens Melora A. 1<; Broad 
Loveioy Mary E. L'I4 Broad, (kinder- 
part en) 
r.von r.iuorv. Collejre, eor. Prospei t 
Lron Merrick. College, n»r. Proffpect 
Mowrv .!. nek*, :J8 \ tidemy ave. 
Mowrv Joveph E. :W Academy uve. 
M ;wn ^ Gott", *l Sn»»w 
Northup Sarah C. ---l Broad 
Plummer Anna B. M«>. lUHJohn 
Cuter Sarah A. 17 Williams 
S •hMtle',,1 A. <C l:;7 Weatminsfer 
ruornton Ella 11. Mi-. r . 141 Pond 
Tucker J. J. Mrs. »7 Hudson 



214 



TKA( HKUS, KTC. 



-TKAS, I'OFFEK!) k >!'[( h>. 

r..»r\NV. .r..niii.i Julius, Butler Exchange, ~>\\ 

Bailey W. Whitman, .11 Market *q. 



i) 



/ < RERXR WILLIAM K. 
<< Main, (so pag- 27"J 
Spink HumiU'l D. & Sou, 2" 



ni.Ai 


A N I 


) Dl'.VtU. 


Homer J W. ."»: 


(.CO 




DKAWJN4 


AN 


) i-.mn n 


Decker llrrnu 

Drown Willhn 

(pastel paim 

Potter Mary A 


l. I" 

i M. 

."■!•:- 


Mimic* 
2*1 Wesl 



Kelly F.ben, 2o lloppin Homestead 

• J « ri i 1 , i i 1 1 -T 

>»S Vurtti K.m.n mi ( harles L. ('" Sheldon 
" " King Blatuhc Miss, _'7 II lurhmi 

Wctmm 'lJiwt«rti Ida M. W. Park. ... I'.irk 

Maker Albert E. (violiu), U) IMuek- 

'M. Don-rail Hamilton r. LHi Su«m 
■M. Ko -k.-ll William 1*31 Friendship 
| Mitchell Louis F. 3W» Benefit 
M^lrr Marion W. ."'.7 Washington 
' Packard Howard, I piano) 2 Andrew 



IV 



<i K 



. Willh 
•phetteplm 



v. •_•! Uylcfttead 
li R. 12 Hanover 

XSERVATOKY 



Swain Rniina L. 2 t'ulh-ge, room 4»'i pljoVI Dl'.X'CK cnXSKRVATOU" 
El.octTlOX. " r Mr«ir, '-'17 We*tiiiln»t« 

Ben-fit 
Broad 



(seepage .711) 

•on Mary E. Mrs. (piano), 51 



Bimlick Carrie 

Butler M. A. Mi 
■ Dodge S. V. Mi»>, 1 Gilhei t |;, y, „,!(!< Jennie (piano), H'. Rim 

I IOXIE A. A. lo lloppin H.nne- i;,;i )in .,, ur . i. M .-,.-j;;l lt.,,.,.1 
1 AJ. sr ,..„| Mtlpf. ,,,.,. page SHI) IJv.l. r Ilattie li. Mrs. 112 Washington 

; Wilhvard \V. M. 2S1 Westminster ; "(pr„ tI „ ami vocal) 

Laxoua«es. Smith E. M. Mrs. 4i Benevolent 

Applcton lleurv, li So. Main, rm. 47 Snlzer < harles A. 2VJ Prairie avc. 

Berlitz M. 1). is;! Westminster .Tilliiiirliast 11. I'. Mrs. 4o Doyle dvp 

' Deltogy B. loo Friendship Wehb Albeit. Butler Exchange, 5th 

Oldmixon Corrine It. C2Congdou , 1-mr 
; Phillips W. 1$. tw Westminster ORATORT. 

ursic. fJOXIE A. A. lloppin Homestead 

I Almy Sarah E. Mi**, 181 South Main Building, 28,1 Westminster, (see 



tohl Ann M. IO] 
; Band Julius, fi Abbott I'urk place 
! Harrows Ann M. 17.5 Friendship 
I Bedard Frederick, .VJ Harrison 
i Bennett Ilattie K. 9 Chestnut,! piaur 
: Bogle Henry, +f» Harrison 

■ Bonner Robert, Augell court 

j Burdick Carrie L. (vocal). 2*1 Benei 
' Chace George B. 1NH Friendship 
Coombs A<b» 15. is', Westminster 
I Dean Willard M. 271 Plain 
| Eddy Herbert L. 2*1 VYestminste 
(piano ami organ) 
Fanner Sarah M. UClavcriek 
Ford John .1. 8 Crocker ave. 

■ Fowlers. Ada. li Dawson 
! Francis Lucrctin A. ."»"> C 

Freese Frank II. Ititi Washington 
French Horace II. 41> Bowen 

I Fuller W. O. .v.i Charles Field 

; Gallagher Christopl 

| Green 
and 



ji.Ki) 

I'EXMAX.SHII'. 
Brownell John F. Miner, it. Potter 

Capwell It. F. ."» Martin 
Davis E. C. 7 Wcvbosset 
Frotliingluun C. H. 44 Bellevue »v. 



SPARRING. 
Greene Benjamin M. jr. 51 Dorranee 

WAXWORK. 

Cutler X. H. Miss. 15 lloppin lb nic- 

stcad Building 
Teas, Coffee and Spices. 

Atlantic £ Pacific Tea Co. 3U3 West- 
minster 
I J. '17'.) Broad, (guitar Baker E. & Co. 41 South Main 
' " 7 Eddy 

Hammeril Victor E. 1"»4 Westminster iHirfee, llampson .t Rounds, 79 Dyer 
Haslewood Georp«> W. (vocal) 2&J Gilmorc J.'mmes. l.'W North Main" .1 
Westminster, room It !>1 South Main 

HASTINGS J. .Ir.ilT Westminster. <ir:.!!t Hioma*. ;!2j Broadwav 
<*>* .... *» swii Hons* Kon» I -a lo. i»*j Xorth Main 

an.l SW High 
Huntbv Gt-i.rge H. lfNi Cranston 
Lester David; Hi l>orranee 
■J. F. -i: Broadwat 



;mi) 

; Henri Eusrene, 21 < ottasfi 
I llertcog Paul, 17;» Broad 

Hottman Edward. 7 Ueor 

Hood B. W. -y, Brighton 

Jordan Julian, Butler Exchange, '.:! 



tlooi 



:h IfOROXEV PATRICK. 2S A 29 8. 
■** Water, (see page 2*1) 



TEA8, COFTBRS A BP ICE 8— TOOTH ACHE CURE. 



215 



Union I'a.-ifu- Tea co.'JM Wc»tm'r Timber Dealers. 

(aeepagi .u., j_ wV s tminster(Aee page 242) 

Teamsters. 

Baker Bros. 92 IVeybosset 

I Collins P. II. :;>: P.--. i. lit 
Knolib st. pi.cn.. ';>:; Komita 

| Hull C. A. rear ISM) Canal 

; Mann Ca\vh s. 2 Pine (stc l '"^' 

j MeCnrtin Daniel, Katon. nborc Oak- Tinsmiths & Tin "Ware, 
land are. order box Hal North .Main . .,.. . 

Munro & Leg*, four South Main A , • IJ! [,A • T --J' ■ - IJ Bo ' 

i;,,,.,,-, i[ ( ,, rv T 'H-"S Watir Main (sec page Sm) 

! Bogers P. A. 9 l-i' S. Water | A LLEXSHX .1. & J. 'J Steeple (see 

l SluTin.w: Isaac A. 7 Custom Ho. st. .. I'i'.-f.'.' "'■*■' 

| 



Till Cylinder Manufs. 

ALI.r.NsoV J. i J. 9 Steeple. (ae« 
l>Icn.\KI>-<»\ K. Mnuton village 



Telegraph Offices, gnniick Br.»». «.w Snutii 

& ■ Freeman lldirv A. It,:.' I-.ildv 

American Union Telegraph Co. C. J. Haeketl Kram-i*. 141 Atwcll's are. ' 

Sheehan, apt. 42 Westminster I.I ASSET & MILLER, 296 Broad 

Atlantic & Pacifle Teh-graph Co. W. ■ L ( sec page JSllJ I 

H. Anthony, agfc 1 Weybusset Hill James, lAScS Dyer 

Domestic Telegraph Co. W. II. An- Morse & Sons. 112 Dorranee [ranee; 

thony, 1 Werbossef XamurAtisett Tin Ware C'.». '.hi Dor- 

Western Union, H. C. Bradford, agt. pROVlDESCE CAS CO. 194 Pine 

(i Weybosset * (see pasre f&) 

Telegraph AVire Man«f.|P 2 f^ a ^^* ca ** Broad 
Phillips Eugene F. 67 Stewart T5AFFEBTY JOHN W. 194 Pine] 

Lt (s'-e JiUL'i- 'J.VS) 

Telegraphic and Electric T31CHAEDSOX u. Monton are. at 

AimaratllS Mant..n villa-re. isce pauc 27*) 1 

Apparatus, OAWYER THOMAS JK. ll>13 llieh 

Brown Reginald C. l.so Friendship -,,, TNn v AY t> om t,;~ h i 

pLAKKK Loi'IS W. 91 Wectm'r, j;«0«PSQ> ". B. WB IDgh 

WHAT CHEER CAN (0. 32 Elm; 
»' cor. Kd.lv (see page 2-V,) 
Wood Michael II. 1054 Eddy 

Tinsmiths' Supplies 



Telephones. 

pLARKE LOUIS W. 91 Westmin'r, 

^ (to rent, set- page 2W) 

Prov. Telephone Exchange Co. H. ('. ^.T^r^.r,.,-. . ,„.„,.„.„ .>.-, c „i 
- Alford,gen.agt. 91 Westmins'r ftWCERS & PECKHAM, 22 Excl 

' r,'_! ...... • . _ ... ,, ,. ^ n ace 



Tobacconists. 

(■SVe af.vo Uigur*.) 



Western Union Telephone Co. H.B.-~ P 1<,c< 

Lytle. apt. Butler Kxch. 6th floor 

Tent Manufacturers 

F ALKS T. J. 2 Planet, (see p. 300) 1 G™ 1 * 1 JO " X " ' * ^ "M 

P EASK L.F.S4 South VVater, (see S M n;"^^ AXD ' ** "H 
X page 270) ; l« M »P"8< «•) 

Tool Handles. 
Tentering and Drying ' , TWATKU j. 1L m Pottl . r (see p J 
Maclunes. A ^98) 

Tool Holders. 

Acorn (rcvolv- 



QAR9IDE JOHN, 90 Westminster, Tool Hold 

(see page 2S2) r>iPTi\unsi p IIS \ 

rjEATHCOTE JOIIS, 17« Eddy & U , .; '" <. , ,il :■ mi 
-n- 01) Friendship J, , 



Thread Manufacturers. 



Tool Manufs. 
Crowell Abram, i'!'.' K.ldv 
Fawtucket Thread Co. 9 Calender CISSOX GILBERT, 71 Clifford (sec 
Ticket Agencies. P«&«230) 

i Davis K. C. 7 Weybosset Tooth Ache Cure - 

, tTEMBXWAY C. II. Jr. 12 West- piIAMPloX TOOTH ACHE CUREj 

i » L minster. (»ee page 21*9) * ; Charles K. Clarke, invprietor, 

i Windsor E. li., P. <t W. K. K. depot .ilO Cranston (see page 272) 



216 



TOT lioi.L COVEKEHS — VAlilKTV STORES. 



Top Koll Covcn-rs, 
! Campbell llenrs J. WOnnitfc 

Milt.r 11. M. Clay comer Bonkm 
i Tortoise Shell Goods. 
Totter William K. Iil8 Westminster 

Toys. 
Rillinp-s E. 0. 99 Wcstmimder 
Chappell K. U. ft Co. 70 ft 72 Arcade 
Trunks, Valises, &e. 

' Br.'ck T. & W. :r, North Mm in 
Chace F. C. 242 Westminster 
Gihnore li. Franklin, S',7 Westmina'r 

Trusses. 
PLASTIC Tftl'SS CO. T. J. Hamil- 
« ton, agt. r. 28 I'nion (sec |». 901) 

Tubing* 

Turkey lied Dyers. 

rpUKKKY RED DYEING C< >. Hen- 
- 1 - ry Ashworth, trens. Wilcox bli'er. 

room :i.>, l'«»st Office box 882, 

(sec page 277) 

Turkey Itetl Yarn. 
rpAtLOK C Has. F. 3 Custom Ho. 

1 st. (s,v pmf « 210) 
HPURKEY RED DYEING CO. Wil- 



T 

bo*S!2(see page 1'77) 

Turners of Wood. 

A TWAtEll JOSEPH II. 2<; Potter 
^ (see page 288) 
Blair Andrew, Rfcl Eddy 
Bouryuignoti W..V) Westinin'r (ivorv) 
AT ASOX JOHN, lUU Dorrauee 

\fOSLOCK & BAYER, 102, 101 ft 

- >L KMJDorrance (seepage 2o4) 
. Towel Rack Manf "g Co. r. 89 Aborn 

Twines. 

BROWS BROS. £ CO. 37 Exeh. 
pi. (so* inside front rover) 
TIOYNTON GEORGE E. 4U Exch. 
j JJ place (see page 270) 

Type Writing. 

Browu "William s. B2 Dorrance 
Umbrella and l'arasol 
Manufs. 



Undertakers. 
Barron Joanna, ."A Fenncr 

BOYCE JAMES, 202 Broad (so. 
patrol)) 

Bripr/* William U. 528 Hi.', 
Campbell B. W. IK". Atwell's ave. 



Cl,.\i:K JOHN L. r;7 ft 30 Charles 
^ ; (,.-.. page 214) 

tfMERSON II. ». 1.11 Fine (see 
! ij page 279) 

Gnrnntn Bros. ;;il So. .Main and IM 
Frail i.-nv. Mill! 

Hopkins c.. or..- W..1U2 Benefit 
1/ NoWLES HORACE V-. '.'.'.. '.'7 A 
; 1X HI) Nortli Main (see page !'!.») 
■MfMnrroii'-'h Tli.niiai, '.*; l;i- huomd 
\riLES & LUTHER, 14'J lirmd 

Monahan r. F. ft Co. 171 Wickcndcn 
'Osgood Everett It. 24»> High 
Fierce & Sfeerc, PJti Ilf-h 
Uuiuu Fatriek, 14 Onus 
[Oiliim William. It.'.!' High 
Swarts I?. F. UK) If no 
Tullv & Collins. 2.»7 Atwdls ave. 
Wallace William.. V, Sinifli 
Undertakers' Trim minces 

pLAKK .TOHV L. G7 ft :i) Charles 

^ (>e.-page -J 11) 

Upholsterers. 

BMek X. -Ml Westminster 
|>KOWX JOHN, 1^*1 Broad, (see 
; ,J page23>) I 

Chare Stephen F. L'S^O Broad 
L 1 ASTON JAMES J. 2*1 W. stmin- 
- L * stir, (carpet ami tirade, see 

page2o4j 
Fisher A. J. * sfn, 120 Cranston 
llafennalz William. U) 1-2 Benefit 
| JARDON HENRY*, 140 South Main, 



ee p., _'e 1'..4) 

Hughes Thomas J. 47 Mill 

Kellv John 1>. 44 Loekwood 

T EKE HORACE, 11 Maple, (see 

U page 2715) 
Miles ft Luther, 149 Broad 
Raymond ft Flat t, 28 North Main 
Robinson 0. L. 242 Wiikendeu 
Stevens L. V. K. 288 Westminster 
Tiukbam 1). C. II. 2K1 Westminster 
Welch J. Harry, 188 Westminst. r 

Upholstery Goods. 

Weleb J. Harry, 188 Westminster 

Variety Stores. 

Con-don Albert, I US North Main 

Duxhury M. E. Miss, l-">o Onus 

Funning Patrick. 1»12 High 

(ii.tV.M v M. A. I4l» South Maiu 

[lowarth F. Mrs. 4 Atwell's ave. 

Jillscm i.evNls A. P27 E.ldv 

Kem William Mrs. :;i Randall 

Lake A. K. Mrs. 18S s.-mli 

bewh John E. 44 Plain 

Mason Ellen F. IAS Point 

Meitrhan John. Veaxie.n. Dooplasav. 

Mountnev Leonard, 81 Putnam 

Ross Edwin S, I7t> Onns 

Scott Adam, 121 Mautou av.nue 

Stirretl Andrew. W Eddy 

Wilson Tliomas F.Wti Nortli Main ' 



VAIIMM! MAKERS, ETC.— W1IE ELW RIG IITS 



217 



Varnish Makers and Oraham Joseph M. 'J3U South Main 
Dealers. Gray Joshua, :m Wt^twinstcr 

Grlswohl Frank W. 4'.).; iii^'h 
Chamber*, (aider & Co. K) Exc-h. pl.Lilale Isaac. IW North Main 

HENRYS R. L. lttt 1-2 Cranston. Ilanrmond IJ..I.I, II :.2 Dorranec 
(see pace IWM Harris J. A. I<1i*i iltirh 

TOHNSON OLIVER k CO. 13 to l«.i & u M5 e £\ M - -li Wfatrelnater 
J ExchatigQ Linke C. Robert, 77 Westminster 

pEYNOLOS WILLIAM K. S54 Luther Joseph J. 30 Westminster 
J^ Friendship, (se, -piiire *£*■;) ■ Meyer Herman K Mb \\ cstminater 

RICE, STARKWEATHER & (•(,. OrkH H.rmnuA. , H.-ylm^t 
33 Exch. pi. (seefirst back cold {."'"^'.'k ,'"• rji \, ) N '\ r "" ,,>t,,r 
P 8 ^ Peek ham i Go.'sftl North Main 

WEAVER GEORGE B. WSJ and rhUHps Herbert. 40 Westminster 
>» IU41 High, (aee page 2tf>) ,. r:iv James c. s>\ South Main 

Vases Robinson A. J. 22:i Westminster 

[Sweet John P. .m West Friendship ' 
pitOV. ARTIFICIAL STONE AND rp^YLOK GEORGE II. & CO. 19& 
-t DRAIN PIPE WORKS, 7<« Xo. E Westminster, (see page 3M) 

Main, (see j.a.uv 244) Wales N. IE 04 Eddy 

RHODE ISLAND CEMENT DRAIN Windle '1 l.on.as II. f;2 Dorrauee 
■"■ PIPE CO. Park nt. r. old State __, . _ __ . . , 

Prison and near the Cove, (sec- ^ atdi Materials. 

pttgeUW) 'PAYLOR GEORGE II. k CO. UM* 

Veterinary Surgeons. Westminster, (see page :&*») J 

Buchanan A. C. Anthony ave. near Water Wheel Manufs. . 

Angr-Il Water Wheel Co., Calender ! 



Cranston 
Scrutton Charles II. 9 Clemenc, 

tizabeth, Vk ater and das Pipe Mis. 

( H.AFI.IN C. J. & C>. ( ,,ve land-,' 
A^ (dealers, see page 246) 

Fullor Iron Works. F. Fuller, agcntJ 
j 4l<>& 41S South Main 



WHITE GEORGE B. 10 Eli 
* v (see pago 27S ) 
WILBUR CALVIN, ;J.m Fountain 



Violin iVTamrfs. 

Shepardson E. E. 199 Westminster 

Wagon Makers. 

Whipple & Co. 801 North Main 

Watch Case Manufs* 



i^- 



Well Curb Manufacturer 

Rates J. II. 17<> and 176 Dyer 

Well Diggers. 

, Blnckmar J. A. li Fuller 
Brown John A. k Co. K*4 Eddy, f, , ., .. .., s 
(The Ladd Patent Stiffened Cold) 
Watch Dealers. 

Salisbury IE T. k Co. 14 Butler. Wheels, SpokeS & KilllS. 

Exchange, 3d floor, (wholesale) f*ONGDON CARPENTER & CO 

TAYLOR GEORGE H.& CO. UK U°3{SSl (a« rr^nt coi'd page 

-*- WestimiiNter, • wholesale, «e,A V1Ns( „. E> & C0 . E 3& 5 E(l(U 

page 20.3J | \> (84JC page ,..-,;,, 

Watch Makers and Ke-[ Wheelwrights. 



I \IASON WILLIAM, 3U8 Cranston,; 
[*«• (see front eoloredpage) 



pairers. 

I Albec A. 2SS South Main 

! Augell Jeremiah A. K'14 HigJi 

i Babeock George W. Ill Broad 

I Blake D. R. Sl North Main 

1 Brown William B. l.">7 Charles 

; ChaceGeorpa E. 2T'J High 

j Clark Herbert L. 2iii High 

j Cobb J. II. 17 Waterman 

; Corner Thomas, :VS', Broadway 

Devlin John, .'>» 1-2 Washington 
j Fairbrother C. F. 214 South Main 
! Favro F. J. 22 Dorrauee 
i Founder J. E. 110 1-2 Charles 
I Gladding Alexander B. 177 High 



(S'-e alto Carriagemakers.) 
Bebeau Maxime. near 978 High 
CooperS. H. 5Wvatt 
D-lany William. -'77 Over 
Eatough John. WJ Waslungton 
Ellis H. W. junc. Dyer, Orange and 
. < lilford 

Goodhue Joseph. >: V-.. amain 
MrKra-h J- ri-ini.m. 'Jti Lan-hv 
Parker Josrpli, 2S2 Wickenden I 

Poole Aim,!- T. :;7> South Main 
Smith Marvin, Manton Village 
Stone Albert, Broad, cor. (.allup 
Tucker diaries <.. AtwelTs av. June.: 
M mtoii av. 



213 



WTCKIXti MANUPS.- 



•WOOL DEALEK9 



WlcKing Manufacturers. QLAiT.ix I'.J.tco.rov. 

PLCTJ'HEI^ ^MAXITAI [TrniNfi ywicKTRR A CO? 15 Edd; 
WeedenS.11.4 Son's,.?! Weybi.s*e! 

Wig and Toupee Manfs. 

Ciiiiun Tli. .hum \V. Mr*. 40 »»1 



Wines. Ac. 



lamni I Iioumji w .Mr* .4». \ ..-tn. r p r ..\\|i!M. WI1 I .JAM R 7«» %"■■. 
YfOREV JtUI.V. 15! Wv.rmiii»ter, I> M(l|ll :iMcl - s iVcvbosset, (see 
xL 1>^- P .'-"^:: front colored pn»rcj 

pitEEXE .1. IV. O & 43 Exchange 

t» place ! 

Wire Goods IMTanufs. 



Willow Wave, 

Mnxson .1. M. 2:! Market *.piaie 
Window & Door frame 



piii-ll Georg*,*Mi Westi 

l.l Stephen c. 251 Illsrh cEARLES a. B. 57 \Wvi,.> 

MrCoW \\, (I Exch. O 



An 
A EXOLl 

IJUiffiwiTKEXv/Jx, 257 Higl, Wire Workers. 

I » Campbell George, 3*5 Westminster 
JYODGE J. C. £ BOX, 431 8. Main Feimer II. II. ITU Westminster 

TTAWKIXS AMOS M. £ CO. 179 Wood Kindling*. 

II Washington fTOOTER < > W. 49 Bridgnam, (see 

KEXYOX, GB1MWOOD £ CO. 5'»7 !1 page 2D*.) 
High Simmons .v Bartlett, 151 Thurbers 

QWEKT D. D. & CO. Li Eddy avenue 

Smirli Robert E. & Co. 5 Weybosset 
W7 ami 78 South Water 



Wood Mouldings. 



Vaughn Lorenzo £ Co. 5S5 m 
j High 

Window Glass. 
' A KNOLL) & McGOWAX, Excli. \fOWKY WM. G. R. 4 CO. 457 So. 

! ^ place. J see page 27") * >J - Main, (sec page *«) 

JJODGE J. c. £ SOX, 4,30 s. Main Wood Turners. 

! JOHXSOX OLIVER & CO. 13 to 19 (See Turners <>/ r«eefc) 

i pEYXOLOS 5 William K. 354 ! Wooden Stationery. 

■ Lt Friendship (see patre2S0) VTWATER J. II. 2<3 Totter, (see 

"DICE, STARKWEATHER £ CO.'-"- page 24W) 

I S5SUr" "" m>t **i Wooden Ware. 

! QWEET 1>. H. £ CO. 15 Ed.lv A LLEX E. J. 217 £ 219 South Main. 

: O * 21. (see page 255) 

j WEAVER GEORGE E. 1039 High ■ RARKETT W. E. £ CO. 4.1 and 44 
»' (see page 1'uO) Canal, (see front colosed page) 

;„. l ; '_ . Eddy John II. £ Co. 5 Exchange 

WmdOW Shades. COSXXEB WM. H. & CO. 129 and 

"DROWX John, 291 Broad, (see C 131 Broad, (see inside front cover J 
! XJ page 336) Fifteld W. S. 47 Canal 

! TpASTOX JAMES J. 283 Westm'r, YfAGOOX A. J. £ CO. 216 £ 218 

-" (curtain fixtures, sec page 354) •** Broad 
; Greenlagh J. B. a<rt. 23 Mathewson LAWYER THOMAS JR. 1045 High 

QAWVEK THOMAS, Jr. 1045 High O 
j ° \VEAVKR GEORGE E. 1039 High, 

I Welch J. Harry, 188 Westminster »* (see page 200; 

Window Springs. Wool Comb'*. 

j ARNOLD k McGOWAX, Exch. Miller L. F.. k W. rear SV Aborn 
' yv phi-e. {seepage 270 » \VooI Dealers 

HODGE J. C. A SON, 450 S. Main wool x>cai* rs. 

i XJ Aldrich Edwin II. 121 Hrer 

CWF.KT D. 1). £ CO. 15 Eddy Anthony A. £ Co. rear full High 

! ►-> J Booth £ Savl.-.7 Eddv, v. Fountain 

, Tillinghast J. A. 227 Fel.ly Campbell II. N. £ Co. Hay building. 

Win«li»w Wei«-ld« ; Lraw/brd square 

W inflow ^\ < tgltVS. Dav n an i, i k L'u. 12 South Water 

i ARNOLD£ MeGOWAX, •; Exch. Irons 9. A. rear l< Mil High 
xy place, (see page 270J iMetcnlf John, n» Exchange 



WOOL DEALERS — YEAST MAN Its. 



' Mills & (<.i!in, »; 1-2 Exchange i-la. ••• 
: I'ahodh- Edward \. ;-. South Waler 
I Peek Ami ,1 < ... I ti>4: iimi 
! l>i;<>\ .wimii. ami mi <;. CO. Wirt. 

«■ A. riteere, ngt. ":» \ Ml Oranijf 
I 'Hi. urn Icy 4 Kaniuui, OH Canal 

Wool Scourers & Burrers 



I Wool and Woolen Waste. 

; BadlongE. C. WNiaspee 
; Cargin Garrett, 2V Explain 
: Peck A*n a. & Co. Hot in 
. Pi. ice. I. K. .t Brother, '.'•; 
I Smith All.nt L. 121 liver 
I Smith Allien W. 3W (hi Via 
Thoraley ft Faruuui. »;i> Cj 



: 



tal 



Woolen (ioodsiiiid Tail- 
ors' Trimmings, 

! tackett x Ricltimlsoii, l22l?roafl 

Rend .Ihiii.-.-* II. ,t Co. 2d th...r. Butler 
1 Exchange 

i T1.mi.ius Samuel II. 151 Broad 

j Woolen Goods Mannfs. 

j {See also Manufacturing Companies.) 

i Campbell J. P. ft Go. ♦! South Water 
Chapiu William C. &. E. P. Aleppo, 

! near Mnnton nve. 

j Comlit Frederic, Aleppo, n. Manton 
'avenue 

j Davi> William D. ft Co. 74 Westmin- 

! ster 
Day Daniel ft Co. 12 South Water 
Evans, Seagrave ft Co. 4o No. Main 
Geneva Worsted Mills, Dortglas ave.j 

above Wanskuck 
Hazard Rowland, 5 Custom House st. 

room 41 
Le?pr .lames ft Co. S South Water 
Loomis John ft Co. Summer, corner 

Meadow 
Mason C. F. & Co. 32 Canal 
Metcalf Jesae, 20 Exchange plan* 
Paine & Snekett, Ea.-le street 
Peckham Ma nut". Co. TJi Weybosset 
Phetteplace ft Seagrave, C.1 West- 
minster 



T n ft, Wee den ft Co. 31 Exchange pi. 
W.m.kii.k Mill, (confine;), Thomas 

SainiMim, »upt. vVan*'<iick 
Whitman .fmuah A. l.'S .No. Main 

Worsted Goods Mannfs. 

t. unvn Worsted Mill-, Douglas ave. 

hevmtd Brnnrli ave. 
Pnn . Worsted Mills. Charl.-s Flet- 

ciiiT, 1C> Vnih v, (mohair am] wor- 
i st.-.l van.-) 

Ihmingttm A. I. He k. 71 Arcade 
Valley WnrstVd Mill.-, Eagle street, 

(yarn*, braids, fte.J 
Worsted Machinery Mfvrs 
Prow Machine Co. George .1. Hazard, 

agent, 5IH Eddy 

Worsteds. 
|)avison S. B. 2S Westminster 

Wrought Iron I*ipe/ 

PUOV. STEAM ANT) GAS. PIPE 
L GO. Pine, cor. Eddy 

Vara Mfrs. and Dealers. 

ContesW. E. ." Wevboeart 

K.l.lv ,t Street, lo Smith Water 

Hopkins E. W. .', ,t 4 Wilcox bldg. 

Nugent William. .V. Grove 

Owen Brothers, 'J7 Dyer 

Pr<.\\ Thread Co. .5 Custom House st. : 

room .",1 
Prov. Worsted Mills, Chas. Fletcher.] 

44* Valley, (mohair ami worsted 

yarns) 
Valley Worsted Mills, Eagle street,' 

(worsted yarns) 
Smith Henry E. ft Co. 27 Custom Ho. 

street 

TAFFOKD <fc CO. 27 Custom House 
e271) 
-torn 



STAFFORD k C0.27 

►J street, room 1. (see | 
rpAYLOR CHARLES V. 5 Custom 
± Ho. st. (Turkey red, see p. 240) 

Yeast Mannfs. 

Defiance Yeast Co. 105 North Main 
Harvey Ira. 81 Brid.hnm 
Putnam George W. 105 Sherborne 
Rumford Chemical Works. X. D. 

Arnold, trees. .VS to t>J South Water 



Vote for Mayor of Providence, Nov. 2.5, 1879. 



Ward. 
L - - 



2S1 
.•-'AT. 
.'104 



spencer. 

.;7t 
113 



Scat. Ward. 
1 



Doyle. Spenn 



1 9 (K. List.) 115 

- 9 (W. Di-t.) i:.2 

1 lo (IstDist.) 1-ai 

2 10 (2d I»»st.) 151 



1 



Total - - iV. *.;•_' 



NEW ENGLAND 
BUSINESS DIEECTOEY 

For 1S70. 

: The most valuable Reference Book ever published. 

Containing the Names and 1*. O. Address of all 

Merchants, Manufacturers, Professional and 

other Business Men in Maine, New 

Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, 

Khode Island and Connecticut. 

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Banks, Insurance, Manufacturing and other Incor- 
porated Companies, Post-OHicos, Newspapers, 
Academies, Expresses, Railroads, Popu- 
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New England, Etc., Etc., 

Also, A MAP OF NEW ENGLAND, 

Showing plainly all the cities, tow>s, villages, 

RAILROADS, STREAMS, LAKES, Etc., Etc. 

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PUBLISHERS, 

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221 



Btisiiioss Directory 
Of Out of Town Advertisers. 



BAROMETERS. 

Hudlvstou J. s. F. Boston, 96 

CARRIAGE REPOSrT'Y 

Monk Loring M. Pawtuckei, .010 

COTTON GOODS MFRS. 

T!ie (ireone & Daniels Manufacturing 
Co. Pawtucfcet, 3(W 

COTTOX YARNS. 
The Greene & Daniels Manufactarin 

Co. Pan-tucket, ' 9J 



PAPER MAKERS SUP- 
PLIER. 

Kiee, Kendall & Co. Boston, 809 

PAPER WAREHOUSE. 

Kiee, Kendall JL Co. Button, 909 

PHOTO-LITHOGRAPH-] 

ERS. 

Forbes Lithograph Manufacturing 

Co. Boston, leafopp. p. 112 



iSible; 



r & Loo. Pawt 
SAW (;UMMKK\ 
[t'nion Stone Co. Boston, 
*{£] SEAL ENGRAVER, 



COTTOX AXJ) WOOLEX. POLISH ERS & GRIND- 
WASTE. EPS' SUPPLIES. 

Union Wadding Co. l'n\vtu< kct, 308 Cniou Stone Co. Boston, 306 

DIAMONDS. (For Me- PRINTERS. 

chanical. purposes. ) i F ^BaJS2 0||wph kZrSSTnl 

Union Stone Co. Boston. , f.OB Rand, Avery & Co. Boston, 

EMERY WHEELS. 

Union Stone Co. Boston, 

ENGRAVERS. 

Forbes Lithograph Manufactu 
(o. Boston, leafopp. ]>. 

Mitchell Henry Boston, SO* Mitch*!: Hcnrr, Boston, 

FELT atAXUFA-CTR'S. | SEAL PRESSES. 

Rice, Kendall & Co. Boston, 9)9 Mitchell Henry, Boston, 

[HARNESS & SADDLE SPOOL COTTOX. 

MAKERS. 
: Monk Loriag M. Pawtucket, 310 

HYDROMETERS. 

Huddleston J. S. F. Boston DC 

I HYGEOPIIAXTS. 
Uuddleston J. S. F. Bostou 

INSTRUMENTS. 

teorolof/ieal.) 

Iluddleston J. S. F. Boston Ml 

LITHOGRAPHERS. 

Forbes Lithograph M. 



SPOOL MAXUFACT RS. 



Co. Ho 



leafo 



MACHINERY & TOOLS. 

Union Stone Co. Boston, ;3)> 

NEWSPAPERS. 

! Garotte and Chronicle, Sibley & Lee 
j Pawtucket l*J: 

PAPER STOCK. 

1 Rice, Kendall & Co. Boston, 39* 



3TONE SEAL ENGYR. 

/ Jfo Mitchell Henry, Boston, 30| 

THERMOMETERS. 
Iluddleston J. S. F. Boston % 

Til PEA D MANUFS. 

he Greene & Daniels Manufacturing 
Co. Pawtucket, 'JM 

TWINE. 

! Bice, Kendall & Co. Boston, 309 

| WADDING MANUFS. 

| Union Wadding Co. Pawtucket, 386 

| YARN MANUFS. 

Th<* Greene & Daniels Mauufacturins 



\ tucket, 



31' 



l'opuliitioil of the United Males. 
Stars indicate Census of 1S7S; other States, Census of 1S70. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

♦California 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida...". 

Illinois 2, 

Indiana..... 1. 

♦Iowa 1, 

♦Kansus 

Kentucky 1, 

♦Louisiana 

Maine * 

M iryland 

♦Massachusetts 1, 

♦Michigan 1, 

*. Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri.. 1, 

♦Nebraska 

♦Nevada 

New Hampshire 

♦New Jersey 1, 



I I •New York 

1 , North Carolina... 
» j Ohio 



Ore, 

Pennsylvania , 

♦Rhode Island 

♦South Carolina 

Tennessee 

♦Texas 

Vermont 

West Virginia 

♦"Wisconsin 

Territories. 

Arizona 

Colorado 

Dakota 

District of Columbia..... 

Idaho 

Montana 

Now Mexico 

Utah 

♦■Washington 

Wyoming 



, 4,70. r ,,20S 
. 1,071,301 
. 2,605,200 

. 3,- V' 1.7: d 
. 258,239 
. m^j.4-47 ! 
. 1,2.58.520 

1,275,0110 

, i'^i.VM 

. 1,2^,103 

442,014 

1,236,599 

9.658 

.?.',bo4 

14. HI 

131,700 
14,999 
20,595 
91,874 
86,786 
36,000 



l'oimJation of Principal IVation*. 



United States 33,925 

i China 425,006 

: British India I.rJ. S17 

| Russia 85,o>» 

j Turkey* 47,627 

I German Empire 41.060 

| France 30,10:1 

j Austria and Hungary.. ;;V..' n l 

Japan.. ....... 33,116 

i Great Britain! 33.0i>i 

Italy »i,S01 

: Spain 16,335 

Brazil 9,701 

i Mexico 9,276 



* Ottoman Empire (Including Asia) 



Sweden and Norway 6,137,559 

Belgium ". 5, -'."»:> .Sl'l 

Arabia 4,n>'0,oo0 

Portugal 4,390,5X0 

Holland 3.767,2t3 

Canada 3,718,745 

Switzerland 2,OS9,147 

Central America 2JftO,7l>0 | 

Chili 2,WS.447! 

Bolivia 2.00U.WW 

Argentine Republic, 1, >77,-J 

Greece and Ionian lsl 1.4-'7.v<t 

Cuba 1,400.0(MJ 

Ecuador I,308,0S2 

ic possessions.) t Including Ireland 



London, T.ng.... 
Paris, France.... 

IVkin, China 

Vienna, Austria 

Canton, China 

BerHn, I'n- ' i V.'.' .7.7 .'.'.'." 

Osaka, J: ; . n.. 

Calcutta, India 

ycddo.Japan 

St. Petersburg 

Bomfiay, India 

Moscow, Russia 

Glasgow, Scotland 

Liverpool, England 

Manchester, En* 

Staples, Italy 



Population of Foreign Cities. 



...3,445,100 Madras. India 

...1,851,792 Hamburg, Prussia 

...l..-.|s>l t Birmingham, Lng 

.•..1,020.770 i Brussi is, Belgium 

...1.000.000 ! Madrid, Spain 

...i,' mi.coo | Lyons, France 

...lJWl.ooo : Jmblin. Ireland 

...l>:o hhi j Marseilles, France 

...S'.'-.M:/.! • Amsterdam. Ho; :.nd 

...074,447 I Leeds, England 

...i;«i7, <>"-.'*; | Rio do Janeiro, Brazil 

...644.405 ; Sheffield, England 

...61L97H 11 nana. Cuba 

...534.564 City of Mexico, Mexico.. ■ 

...5lr.,'>03 Lisbon, Portugal 

...4S«2.34d : Home. Italy... 

...415,5491 Edinburgh, Scotland 



JE« X«. ^Freeman d£ Co., 

' STATIONERS, i 

— AND — 

Printers to the State of Rhode Island 

3 Westminster Street, 

Keep constantly in stock a choice line of 

Fancy and Commercial Stationery, Blank 35ooks 
and Legal Blanks, 

of the most approved forms. Our facilities for printing, 
both Job, Lithographic and Steel Plate are unsurpassed by 

SIBLEY & LEE, 

Ink H jivi m iii w ?K-i S->* 



dxli *ia< i£j9 J£*9fci StaP K 



Publishers of the Gazette and Chronicle. 



29 MILL ST., Pawtucket, R. I. 

' The Gazette and Chronicle has been established and 
continuously published for otct halt*;* century; is the tar- 1 
pest folio newspaper in the slate, and an unrivalled adver- . 
tisiug medium. $2.25 uvea**, in advance. 

Printing ot* every description, plain or in colors. Spec- ; 
imehs sent or shown. Qualify of work unexcelled. Prices 
reasonable always. 

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AND 

Rhode Island Business Directory, 

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who desire 

Superior WorJf, 
■ Pronjjit J)elwery } 

Zow Prices. 



* They are prepared to execute 



1j VCJ.'Y conceivable 

form of Printing 

at their establishment, 

117 .Frat]} ( liri St., Bos-tot]. 

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, JAMES B. ARNOLD, 

(S-ccesscr to CU2TI3 ft ABNCLD,) 

GOLD and SILVER 

REFINER, 

■Assayer and Sweep Smelter. 

Particular attention given to 

mam oss dD jam sprc 

Gold and Silvar Bought and Sold. 

Highest Prices Paid for Old Jewelry, 
Unrefined Metal, etc. 

! 

FIXE COPPER and CRUCIBLES 

FOR JEWELERS' SUPPLY. 

No. 236 EDDY STREET, 

Providexjce, R. I. 

(Lock Box 141.) 



"jAMES A. POTTER & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

Southern, White Pine and White Oak 

Y'rllinr l*hir n Spec i nit jf. 
Office, 33 Westminster Street, Room No. I, 

PROVIDENCE, IR.. I. 

Orden fill* a f«r Ship and r.ri,!-.- Buihiin*. Fnotorv {Watni Sawed to 

Limrnsiuns. Ai»<>, 1 mid 1 l-» incli KI.OOK1SU BOAKDtf 

tunii-li- <! ;it hliorl iiotir*'. 
JAMES A. I'OITKK. .1. IIOHAUT ( i:oss. KAlJI. II. F'OTTKU. 

WM. G. R. MOWRY&CO., 
Xjs XT 3VE 33 ES 3El' 

AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

No. 457 South Main Street, 

Providence, Ii. I. 

CHAS. R. ADAMS, 

CARPENTER AND BUILDER, 

41 Eddy St., Providence, E. I. 

i Plans and Specifications drawn up and furnished to pat- 
l rons. Store Fitting ami -Jobbing of all kinds promptly 
attended to. Price the lowest in the city. Satisfaction j 
; guaranteed. 

! " | 

ROBERT M. MURRAY, 

Lumber, f Bleachers' Lime, 

i 

No. 270 Dyer Street. 

niovii>i;NCi:, R. I. 



GEORGE W. CADY, 

164 Westminster Street, 

Room 5. PROVIDENCE, K. I. 

DIAMOND MILL 

GRANITE COMPANY, 

Office, Room 8 Wilcox Building, 

No. 5 Custom Hotiss S:., Frovi&enca, E. I. 



ESTIMATES .MADE OX 

All Descriptions of Granite Work. 

J&9* OKDEKS SOLICITED. -%^ 

GEO. F. WILSON, JOS. W. COFFIN", 

President. Secy and Treas. 

U. S. and FOREIGN PATENTS. 

JOSEPH A. MILLER, C. E M 

Solicitor ol" Patents and Expert. 

A thorough, practical and scientific knowledge of the useful 

arts, and extensive experience enables :ne to be of great 
assistance to Manufacturers and Inventors in per- 
fecting useful improvements. 
Office, 25 Butler Exchange, 4th Floor. 



244 X»JrlOVIDDIJIVCJJ 

Artificial Stone & Drain Pipe Works. 

M. E. WALKI.K, Proprietor. 
765 &. 767 North Main St., Providence. 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

ALL KIM>S OF ]>RAIX VIVE. 

Also, Drain Tile, Well Pipe, Chimneys, Chimney Tops, Chim- 
ney Capping, Stone Vases, Horse Block*, Hird llousesj 
Stone Sear-, Cemeterv Curbing, Stone Burial 
Cases, M'aieli Boxes, &&. 
£7rS(«d for Circulars and Price List. 



TJ%rj*uJEL. 



:z*j's 



Marble & Granite Works. 






Mar'cle and Kartleiai 

Slate Mantels, 
Marble and Granite 






^H z^ Marble and Urani 
i:\jj MONUMENTS, 

J/Jb Headstones, 






Cabinet Slabs. 



\.jn Si nsmmm 

' f p^> - i' WBf!!Ra ^ ' J T*' 1 ' 1 ' ' fa | i Opp. Battey St 




I Providence, R. I. 

| All work, finished in 
the best maimer, and 
at lowest prices. 



CTOBZIN" Xj. CLARK, 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

COFFINS and CASKETS, 

A N D E \ ' E It Y V A It I ET Y I » F 

UNDERTAKEN TRIMMINSS, 

37 and 39 CHARLES STREET, 

A fe\v doors from Siui t !i Street, 

S3side:::2, 19 State Street. PROVIDENCE, It. I. 



HORACE B. KNOWLES, 

Furnishing Undertaker 

. AND EMBALMER, 



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FROSTED ZINC 

Corinthian Monuments iWls Iran Statuary, 

MEDALLIONS, PORTRAITS, BUSTS, k, 

— ro b — 

CEMETERIES, and PUBLIC ,v PRIVATE GROUNDS. 



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i j^. zbtt:rc3-:ess & son, 



MANUFACTURE ItS OF 



Leather Belting, Loom Pickers, 

Fire Engine Hose, Picker & Lace Leather, 

And Dealer*; in Man ti fact uper** rimiinir* generally . 

LEATHES FLU1!E GATEC MALE TO CEIE2. 

Factory, iiirj Forth Main St. 

Office, 39 Weybosset Street, Providence, R. I. 



C.J. CLAFLIN & CO., 
€ottoii Waste, 

NEW and SECOND-HAND MACHINERY, 

i:;n <; 1 > 1 :s, bo i l. i: ks. 

Pulleys, Shafting, Belting, Card Clothing, &c. 

COVE LANDS, CASPEE ST., 

Near Cove St. R. R. Crossing, Providexce, R. I. 

C. J. CLAFLIN. IT. A. CLAFLIN. 

J. A. G-OWDEY & SON. 

Reed and Harness Makers, 

AND DEALERS IN 
ESTABLISHED IN 1834. 

40 Clifford Street, - Providence, B. I. 

Also, FAT.T. RIVKH, MAS*. 

A. C. EDDY & STTOLEYS, ~ 

RUBBER GOODS 

WHOtKSALB AND DETAIL, 

Or Manufactured to Order in any 

Conceivable Shape. 

MOULD WORK A SPECIALTY. 

15 Westminster Street, Providence, E. I. 

A. (.'. Eddy. J. M. Stidley. Thomas E. Stldlky. 



Established 1793. 



Inco: 



: Fletcher Man! 

MANL'FACTUKKKS OF 

BOOT, SHOE and CORSET 

Laces, 

Fletcher Wicks for tara 01 

la rolls or cut into Standard Leugtha 

\&£qy@ Wicks , 

All Sizes, ia Sto?k and to Ordei 

Torch and Fuse/^g; 

WICKS. 




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• /cV>7 Rick - Rack - 



ecispl wieu AVo7 D ? am °» d 

-to- /<&> *f <?Y Glace- Plain 

gg^&^BRAIDS 

mm, 

fFroa No. 5 to 02, in Sksias o:on Cpcol:. 

Harness and Seine Twines, 
f Wrapping Twines, 

It raided and Twisted Spindle 
iid ing. 

'Factories at PKOVIEENCE. B. I. 




•J4S 

(Successor to Dunham & Rhodes,) 
MANUFACTURE B OF 

Reeds and Harnesses, 

118 DORRANCE STREET, 
Providence, R. r. 

01<1 Roeds Resel and Repaired "> Hie nost manner. 



NARRACANSETT CARD CO., 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 



I Jewelers' Cards and Boxes, 

Printers', Engravers' and Photo- 
graphers' Cards and Card 
Boards. 

I ll RICHMOND STREET, Providence, E. I. 

\M Star Eyelet Go. 

| ^w ijg-J? MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

; PATENT POINTED EYELET, 

07 Friendship Street, 
i PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

iNICKEL PLATING WORKS, 

Licensed by the United Nickel Co. of X. Y. 

ALL, KINDS OF NICKEL PLATING 

Done in the CHEAPEST and BEST manner known 
to the art. 

|28J| POTTER ST., Providence, R. I. 

IIervey Pin km a Si, Manager, (i. W. Carpenter, Agt. 



Charles F. Taylor, 



Successor to 





tVP MACHINE PAPER Jf 
\V*>. Cop Tubes. J$l 

N&$V Exhibition 4^W$ 






1S4.U. 



Gold Medal. 

5 Custom House St., Providence, K. I. 

I ara prepared to furnish my Patent Machine Paper Cop 
Tubes for Mule> of all makes, including the Franklin 
Foundry, Hill, Mason, James S. Brown, Sharp A: Roberts, 
Biddeford, Lowell, Fall River, Smith and Bridesburg 
Mules of American Manufacture ; and the Piatt Brothers, 
Parr, Curtis & Madely, Taylor, Lang oc Co., Win. II ig gins 

6 Sons, and Dob>on & Barlow Mules of English Manufact- 
ure, and other sizes to order. 

A GOLD MEDAL was awarded these tubes at the Ex- 
hibition of the Massachusetts Mechanics* Charitable Asso- 
ciation in 1S*U>, and for the opinion of practical manufactur- 
ers, I refer to the following : 



Lonsdale ('.mpaiiv, IVorjilc 
A. & W. Bpragu* Mfjf. Co., 
Munvilte i.'iii|unv, 
Wnuresmn Mill*, 
IlintK.iiv Mill*, CoIkm 

I'ri.-a Steam Cotton tall, i'\ 
Lvimin Mills. HiUwk 

M.irinm.k Mtjr. Co., Low* 



•e.U.I. Ap»t>»ton Companv, Unveil, Mass. 
Mitmiiu-husfrt* Cotton MiJIs, " 

" A:nw»k« ::_' M.iuut;ii *ur:;.kr < <>.. 

" Man. bvster, V. H. 

N.Y. LnrkwnoA f •».. Wntervlllf. Mi«. 

.1 \.V. 1V|. p-n-H Mills. H..hl.-fcr.i. Me. 

>!*»»• Brutvusvilk Mm! ::?':: -r an a tf Co 
Ma-. lirowji^vUle, Tcnn. 



Selling Agent for Turkey Red Yarn. 



OSTBY & BARTON, 

Manufacturers <>f 

Solid Gold Band and Stone 

25 POTTER STREET, rKO\ lOENCK, R. I. 
E. C. Ostijy. X. B. Barton. 

JAPAN ENAMELER 

— OF— 

TiUi Brass, Copper & Metals 

Of all descriptions. 
^-JEWKLKV A SPECIALTY.-,*'-* 

119 Pine Street, - Frovidence, R. I. 

1?. II. HcCAlSK, 

CARL C. HOSCHLIN, 

fe&ASER, 

I 36 Pine Street, Prov., R. I. 
GILBERT SISSON, 

Blacksmith, 

Machinery ami Tool Forging, Iron Doors and Shut- 
ters, Bolt*, Rods ami Straps, ami all kinds of 
Building Work. A specialty made of 

Jewelers'^ Silversmiths' Dies, Cutters & Tools 

71 Clifford St., Cor. Page, Providence, R. I. 



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R. & P. J. SKUCE, 

I Gold, Silver and Plated Jewelry 

ENAMELED || 

IN ALIi COLORS. 

| 71 Clifford Street, - Providence, R. I. ' 

XZ KRANZ, 
Designer and Die Sinker 

TJ$T JEWELRY, 
j<5 Abbott Park Place, Charnky Building,' 

PROVIDKXCE. R. I. 

Excelsior Enamel Works, 

288 EDDY STREET. 

I j 

I Japanning in All Its Branches 

jewelry a Specialty. 
W. J. HIGGiyS, - - AGENT. 

! WILLETS MANUFG CO. 



JEWELERS' AND SILVERSMITHS 

Tools and Supplies. 

CHARLES BENSON, Gen'l Manager 
203 Eddy Street, 



PKOVIDKXCK, R. L 



CEO. H. TAYLOR & CO., 

WAT G 1 1 At Al. K B R S, 

Tools, Spectacles, Eye Glasses, Etc. 
^PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO TRADE WORK/ $ft 

J56* Westminster St., Room l, 

(Iqo. II. Tavlor. PSCTIIZJTCE. ?.. I. Win. II. Tavlor. : 



RICHMOND & CARPENTER, 
Manufacturers of Jewelry. 

SOLID GOLD RINGS 

A SPKCIAt-TY. 

No. 102 FRIENDSHIP STREET, 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

WALTER H. EMERSON, 

Jewelry Chaser, 

No. 119 Pine Street, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



Jaincs C3r. Wliitclioiisso, 

Successor to JOHN Mak.^all, 

OPAQUE AND TK A NS PARENT 

;euameleii of jewelry, 

And Enamel Manufacturer. 

For oniKjue brilliancy ami for resisting acids*, my£namel, 
I both hard ^\k\ easy running, arc not excelled by any Black 
i Enamel No. 1, c-x>y running', medium ami No. 3 bard, $4 00 
peril). In quantities cluaper. All Enamels warranted. 
'Also, Enamel Paintings fur salt*. Jewelry re -enameled. 



136 Pine Street, Providence, 


R. 1 


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14 A. DEMPSTER, 

Ml AH) IIIUBRil STUCCO worked 

AND PLASTERER, 
35 Pine Street, corner of Hay Street, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

I Where maybe found an extensive assortment of rich Centre • 
pieces, Brackets, Cornice Patterns, and other Ornamental 
Work, for which all orders will be promptly attended to ' 
Wbi^eaiag, Coloriag, asi Repairing d:no in tho icate3t manner. 

Designers and Manufacturers oi 

Artistic Furniture, 

For House, Ottiee, or Store. 

Also, Scroll Sawing. Turning & Carving, 

INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR. 
No. 1 02 Dorrance St., cor. Friendship, 

FFiO-viiDEiNrcj3, :r,- at. 

1 William Morlock. Charles W. Bayer. 



JAMES J. EASTON, 

Practical Carpet & Shade Upholsterer. 

Special attention given to 

J Making and Laying Plain and Eordered Carpets.' 

WINDOW SHADES .MADE AM) TUT CJL\ 
Hoppln Homestead Building, 

;2S3 Wi:stminsti-:k St., Koom ~>, gd Floor. 

J Also, Central Qftiee of Prov. Steam Carpet Cleaning Co. 

Upholsterer, 

140 SOUTH MAIN STREET, PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



Furniture Bought, Sold or Repaired. 



4^-Mattre 



30S and Cushions Made to Order on the most 
reasonable terms. 



j. & J. ALLKNSON, 



259 



Tin Plate, SheEt Iron and Ccpper Workers, 

I>EALBRS IX 
Stoves, Kances, Furnace.*, Kitchen Ware, "Manu- 
facturers of Till <\ linden* for MuleH and 
Spinning Frame*. 
SLASHER CYIilNIDEnS, 

Card Screens, Cotton Cans, Pilling Boxes, «SLc, 

Metal Rooting. 
9 STKFPIJ; STKKKT, - PROVfDKNCE. I?. I. 



Established, .... 1856. 

217 & 219 SOUTH MAIN ST, Prov., B. I. 



DEAI.KR -IX 



Hot Air Furnaces, 

RANGES, 

Stoves, Crockery & G-lassware, 

And Housekeeping Goods generally. 
Also Manufacturer of all kinds of 

TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE. 

Tin Roofing done to order. 

.A.11 Ix-ixxclfs of 0"03E5333:3\rGr 

DONE PROMPTLY. 

WHAT CHEER CAN CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 
3Et-OTT:iVX> AND SC^TT A3?t_:E 

32ElmT||J PAMC PROVIDENCE, 
Cor. Eddy St. |fj| LhHO. Bhope Islasp. 

Lard Pails & Oyster Cans a Specialty. 

M. J KEEFE, Proprietor. 



FERDINAND SMITH, 

) 1 

Registered Pharmacist, 

; DRUGS, MEDICINES & FANCY GCODS. 
525 High St., Providence, R. I. 

FERDINAND SMITH, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

FliME CIGARS 

Proprietor of the Luxury and Royal Gem 
Hra mis. 

491 HIGH ST., Providence, K. T. 
; Tlie DBoix Ton CSr^xxxxo, 

| Patented Nov. 18, I>77, by J. Brows. Prov., It. I. 291 Hroad Street. 
'Ibis i> u new and fascinating Game, f>>r the parlor or any place where 
games are desired. It is made in a variety of sizes, from lUx&l to 8tixll!rt, 
full size. 12x48 :;4 frames can be played. ' Full size, tfa frames are played. ' 
I The game is instructive as well as amusinfr. Thelargest sizes have rub- 
ber cushion, and the bed of table covered with billiard cloth. The phis 
! are polvu'»»nj«l. t-ai.-h sidr uuinbtrn-d. Plavi-d with balls and cue (a m-e 
: game oV billiards can he played}. Hundreds of billiard players have 
| pronounced it superior to pool or billiards. Send for rules ot the game. 

| Trices from SI to S100. 

' State, countv and citv rip-fits f<»r sale. Tin- medal of excellence awarded 
i at the American Institute Fair, New l'ork, 187S. Diploma awarded in 
187t», bv R. 1. Society for the Enconrugwuient of Dtimestic Industry. 
| healer'in House and Store Shade?, Fixtures, Tassels, Cords, Lace Ur- 
■ tains. Enamel Cloths, Stair Linen, Rugs, Mats, Carpet Lining. 



mrgsk W f ffe F 






64 Mathswscn St., Providence, R. I. 

WORKS, - . - Smitlifield Avenue. 



r 



ESTABLISHED IN 1855- 



257 



Wm. T. Smith, 



e*»a _K3 K^ Jm* 



"EM 



*9 



ef iner & Sweep Smelter, ! 



And Manufacturer of 



.■rjr ; 



W.T.SMITM. 



®^':%^^S?l-^^ I 

BLUE VITEIOL. 

Pure Gold and Silver, Coin, Pure Copper, 
Black Lead and Sand Crucibles, 

ACIDS, CHEMICALS, &c. 

At Lowest Market Kates. 

Corner Blackstone & Hawkins St. 

(South of R. I, Hospital.) 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



.1. 13. &> M. PAINE, 

Dealers in all kinds of 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE, 

Carpenters' and Masons* Tools, Farmers' Imple- 
ments, Xc. 

193 & 199 Cranston St., Providence, B. L 

All Orders promptly attended to. 
James P. Paine. Mnason Paine. 



W. II. MILLER a) CO., 

BLACKSMITHS, 

!S6 Eddy Street, Prov., R. I. 

Machine, and Tool Forging of all descriptions. Building 
Work, such as Bolts, Hods, and Straps, for Buildings, 
Bridges, Sec. All kinds of Jobbing done to order at short 
notice. Jewelers' Dies constantly on band, and made to 
order of any description. For sale at Wholesale or Retail. 

WILLIAM H. MILLER. SfMO.N IT. CAMERON. 



H. D. G-RISWOLD, 

Agent for 

Electric Batteries & Fuses,Steam Drills 

Gunpowder and High Explosives. 
No, 5 Custom House St., Room 12, 

PKOVIDENCK, It. I. 



PKOVIOEXCE CAN C031PANY, 

— Wholesale Manufacturers of— 

V "H WARE, 

Milk Cans, Drug-gists Cans, &c. 

#ipStoYe and Furnace Work done at short notice. <_?_# 

| J. \V. Rafferty, Prop., No. 194 Pine Street. 



259 

"THERE IS NOTHING IN THE WORLD LIKE LEATHER." 



MANUFACTURE «9 OF 
3PI2WDE3 COACH .iVUNTID SIXNTOIjIE 



T. W. ROUNDS & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
DOACH .iVUNTID STINT* 

-1ARMESS, 

101 & 103 NORTH MAIN STREET, 
Providence, R. I. 

T. \V. ROTTXDS. J. B. HUMPHREYS. 



E. WINSOR & CO., 

Carriage Makers' & Blacksmiths' 
SUPPLIES, 

CONSISTING OF 

Wheels, Spokes, Kims, 

Seats, Springs, Axles, Bolts, 

Enameled Cloth, Dash JLeathcr. 

AGENTS FOR THE 

Dorman Patent Wheels. 
IRON AftSD STEEL. 

1, 3, and 5 Eddy, comer Fountain Street, 

Directly West of Depot, 
PHOVIDENCE, R, T. 



"VST" la.it o' ist Sltcixcil "V^7"<31'1s.js», 
3 WJEYBOSSET ST., 

Cor. Westminster St., Providence, S. I. 




Stencil and Steel Letter Catting, 
Burning Brands, Poor Plates, Kej i 
Checks, Indelible Ink, Patent Stcn- • 
cil Alphabets, Brushes, and Stock 

of every description, Wholesale and , 
Retail. 

/- VT ^>r-3 «** Rubber Stamps and Seal! 

- vp. i 'jTufsses a Specialty. 



260 

CEORCE E. WEAVER, 

Paints and Oils, 

1031) ami 1041 HIGH STREET, 

Ol.XEYVIM.E, R. I. 



G. A. WALLACE & CO., 

© Weybosset Street, opp. Post Office. 

STEETOILS, 

Rubber, Steel ami Ribbon Stamps, Burning 
Brands, Door I'lates, Key Checks, 

Notary and Lodge Seals, Wax Seals, Badges, I 

Inks, Marking Pots and Brushes, and a full 

line of Stamp and Steneil Supplies. 

jC^Directly Over Clapp & King's Fruit Storj5,"®R 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, j 

POWDER AND SHOT. 

Agent for Khode Island for Parker's Breech! 
Loading (inn. 

BELL HANGER, LOCK AND KEY FITTER, fee. 
33 Weybosset St., Providence, R. I. 



Established 1849. 
HENRY BLUNDELL & CO., 

and manufacturers of 
^Tottct colours' Tools. 

Brass Founders and Finishers. 

Office ami Manufactory, 
35, 37 Jt 39 CLIFFORD STREET, 

PROVIDENCE, XI- X. 



261 



STILLMAN WHITE, 

'brass founder, 1 

3NJ"o. X 3Si^x-l5L Street, 

I 

Castings of all Descriptions. 

S. WHITE'S LINING METAL. 



Rhode Island Concrete Pavement Company, 

(Scrimshaw Patent.) Also agent lor the 

Abbott Pavement Co., 

ROOFING & ROOFING MATERIALS, I 

OFFICE, 23 WEYBOSSET ST., PROVIDENCE, 

(Opposite Post Oftiee.) Office Hours, 9 to 11 A. M. 
E. D. SMITH, Supt. JOHN S. WHITE HOUSE, Agt J 

Perry Oil Company, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Perry's Champion Harness Oi! Blacking 

HARNESS SOAP AND STAK AXLE OIL. 
— AND DEALERS IN— 

Pure Neat's Foot and Lubricating Oils, 

243 DYER STREET, PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Formerly Charles T. Place*s Oil Works. 

J. W. FARNUM, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

GARBLE MANTELS, 

Cabinet and Wash ftowl Slabs, Soai>stone Eire ■ 
Flaces, Sinks, Wash Tubs, &c. 

13 Winter Street, - Providence, E. I. 



262 

Edward H. .A darns, 

(Successor to Lyman W. Perkins.) 

House and Sign Painting, 

Graining* Paper Hanging, &c., done in ii irork- 

maulike maimer. All orders promptly 

attended to. 

15 HAY STREET, PROVIDE NCE, R. I. 

I Jo W. f$6o RE, 

Fire & Water-Proof Roofer, 

j OKI Roofs covered -with or without Gravel. Roofirg Sup- 
plies of all kinds for sale. 

CONCRETING 

Walks, Driveways, Cellars, etc. 

201 WASHINGTON ST., - Providence, R. I. 

Ke-Covering and Patching at gjiort notice. 



CASPAR HILL, 

Marble and Granite Works, 

292 Cranston Street, Providence, R. I. 

Two doors above Parade St., and June, of Cbapin Av. 
Special attention given to 

Designing, Carving <k Lettering. 
S WIW. S. COOPER & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Superior DB&ottlcd 

|Ale and Porter, 

FAMILIKS A SPECIALTY, 

[Depot, 19S Canal Street, Providence, B. I. 



263 



Robert E. Smith & Co., 

Dealers in all kinds of 

Coal, Wood and Kindlings, 

OFFICES | 

78 South Water and 3 Weyl:osset Streets. 

Yard, - 78 South Water Street* Providence, K. I. i 

Robert E. Smith. Edwin L. Spink. 



RUFUS B. LAAVTON, 

^- ■ u^ -Z i" - ; — H * j > Plain and Ornamental 

Stucco Worker, Plasterer, j 

\yhiti:m:k& colokek. ! 
170 South Main Street, 

Providence, 1?. I. ; 









Centre Pieces. Brackets, Cornice 

Patterns, and nil other Or- 

namental Work- 



F. C.'SHAFFORD, 

Carpenter, JoinerSContraclor, 

164 EDDY ST., Providence, E. I. 

Offices, Stores, Jewelry Shops, &e., Fitted up in 
the ISest Manner at the Lowest Hates. 



HENRY WIUKENS, 

LAGER BEER & LUNCH ROOM, 

Bottler of Trivoli, Cftampagne and Bavarian 
Brewed Lager Beer. 

No. 112 PINE STREET, 

Providence* It. I. 



264 

Albert L. Calder, 

DRUGGIST and PHARMACIST, 

Sole Proprietor of Calder's Saponaceous Dentine, 
and Dealer in Pore 

Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, 

And ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

163 WESTMINSTER ST., PROV., R. I. 



W. C. BURLIUGAME & Co. 

Leather Supplies, 

All kinds of Leather Cut as desired. 

50 Exchange Place, Prov. 9 JR. T. 

76 -A-i'o^clo, Tltxix-ci Floor, 



ALL KINDS 



Dress Plaiting. Fringing & Pinking, 

SEWING MACHINES ECU SALE 

At very Low Prices. 

a. w. Mckenzie, 

cub, i Mnn, mm, 

And BELL II ANGER, 

ALSO DEAI.KR IN 

9 Randall Street, Providence, R. I. 



F. J. SHELDON, ' 

ktion and Conn Merchant, 

And APPRAISER. 

102 North Main Street, Prov., R. I. 

(KLIZAHETH lU'ILDING.) 
X. B. — Particular attention given to the Sale of Real Es- 
tate, Stocks, &c. 

KELLOGG-, 

FINK PRINTING. LITHOGRAPHING. 

ACCOUNT HOOKS TO ORDER 

; Wedding Invitations Engraved or Printed. Lodge Seals, 
Notary Seals. Dcnnison's Tags and Gum Labels. 

|Ivellog£r, Printer, 19 Westminster St. 

Mrs. 13. lE AMES, 

Millinery Rooms, 

SMITH'S PAPER PATTERNS. 

No. 194 Westminster Street. 

■ ;■•/ : ; PRO VI PE NCE, R. I. 

S. BROOKS & Co., 

MARBLE AND GRANITE 

MONUMENTAL WORKS, 

268 Cranston Street, 

PROYIPENVE, R. I. 

Residence, - - Dyer Avenue, Arlington, Cranston. 

E. G. GARDNER, Agent. 

Stephen Brooks. J. Cartwright. 



20(3 



NORMAN N. MASON, 
REGISTERED PHARMACIST, 

Prescriptions carefully compounded. 

120 North Main St., Cor. Meeting, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



J. H. & J. B. SWEET, 

DEALERS IN 

nous, coen, oar, m m and salt, 



-ALSO- 



68 CANAL STREET, Cor, STEEPLE, PROV., R. I, 
YOUNG <te LYON, 

DEALERS IN — 

m Selected Teas, Choice tarisj 

Spices, Foreign Condiments, Figs, Currants, 
Citron, Oranges and Lemons, 

TOBACCO cfi? CIGriVHS. 
Fine Liquors for Medicinal use. 

22 North Main St., Hope Block, Providence, R. I. 



Sweet &i _A.rnold 5 

EARLY FRuTt, VEGETABLES, 

And Country Produce. 
96 & 97 Canal Street, Providence, R I. 

Wm. S. Sweet. Geo, W. Arnold. ' 



Eaiie & Prew, 



GENERAL 




58 & G2 Eddy Street, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Arc the only Forwarders on thePassen-] 

Iger Trains of the following Railroads. 

j 

I Boston and Providence Railroad. 

Providence and Worcester Railroad. 

Providence, AVarren and Bristol Railroad. 
Providence and Fall River Railroad. 

Providence ami Springfield Railroad, 

Providence and Newport Boats* j 
Providence and Stoiiingtnn Line of Steamers to 
New York. 

I In direct communication with all parts of Maine, New 
! Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecticut. 

Also to Chicago, Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Detroit* Indian- I 
apolis, Dubuque, St. Louis, and all points West. 
| Also to Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all points South. 

Agents for the U, S. and Canada Express. 

BOSTON OFFICES: 

222 & 224 Devonshire St., & 34 Court Square. 

New York Office, 306 & 308 Canal Street. 



I 



I 268 

! Agent for sale of SinnielvsoTi «& Co.'s Franklin Coal, 

and Cameron Coal, and It. 15. Wilton's Ititumir 

nous Coal. Cias. Coals a Specialty. 

33. -S7%T. DPZEHSOHSTS, 

Broker and Dealer in 

! Anthracite and Bituminous Coals,, 

j Scotch and American Pig Iron and Fire Brick. ' 

SO Weybossct St., Providence; B. I. 

fTpTWheldoh, 

MILL E 1ST GIN [Kill R, 

91 Westminster Street. 

j Plans, Specifications and Estimate; fur the construction ami equip- 
ment of Mills. 

Cotton Mills a Specialty. 

j Plans for extensions and alterations of Old Mills. Attention given to 
the Ele-arrangement of old Mills to secure increased production. 

Attention given also to the UKSlOhlVC bt Ma».him:kv of all descrip- 
i tions. Inventors and Manufacturers assisted in perfecting new inven- 
I tions. Drawings, Specifications and Models prepared for Patents. 

'Eastern. & Taylor, 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in every description of 

j Cotton Yarns/ 

Merchants Hank Building, 
i 12 WESTMINSTER ST., PROV., R. I- 



'SJW JL. 3FL 2FL 35S I* J * S8 

i:m::f:ro~v":e:d 

Felt and Gravel Roofing, 

Applied by 

J. T. MAGUIRE & CO.. 

„ P. O. Jtox 10.">S, Providence, R. I. 

Orders left at Barker, Chadscy <v Co., fr2 and U West- 
minster Street, will receive prompt attention. 



JOHN I>. LEWIS, **! 

Importer and Wholesale Dealer in 



hik Chemicals, lye Stub, Madder: 



Indigo, Gums, Potato Starch, etc. And all arti- 
cles consumed in Dyeing, Bleaching and Fin- 
ishing Cotton and Woolen Fabrics. Also 
Manufacturer of Dyewoods, Dye- 
wood Liquors, Extracts, &c 
3 & 4 KXCHANGi: PLACE, Providence, R. I. 
Pyewood Mills, Charles and Hark Streets. 

IMcKERNESS & G0ULD,| 

FEAT HEM DRESSERS, 

Feathers.Cleaned, Dyed & Curled 

EQUAL TO NKW. 

FURS CLEANED, ALTERED Sl RE LI NED 

262 Westm inster Street. 
:"^KARLES G. CALDER, ; 

DEALER IN 

| Artists' Materials, 

Decalcomanie and Wax Flower Materials. 

Butler Exchange, 101 Westminster Street, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

! Up Stairs. Use the Elevator. 

Xjoxxiss &c£k±iaa.±t?t, 

I CHASER, 

All Work Promptly attended to. 

I ! 

No. 135 Pine Street, - Providence. R. I. 

J J. B. "Baxter. L. Schmitt. 



270 



George E. Boyiiton, 



WHOLESALE 



PAPER & TWINE WAREHOUSE 

Exclusive Dealer for the State of Rhode Island iu 

H. W. John's Patent Asbestos Materials, 

Asbestos Hoofing:, Asbestos Roof Coating', Asbes- 
tos Paints, Asbestos Steam Pipe and lloiler 

Covering, Asbestos Cement, Asbestos 
Packing, 1 hit and Kound. 

49 EXCHANGE PLACE, PROVIDENCE. 



JL. JK PEASE, 

Sail, Awning and Tent 

MAKER, 

Canvas Covers 

For Horses, Wugohs, Trucks 
Merchandise, &c. 



SOLE PROPRIETOR OF 

BENK'S 




P 

Preparation for Canvas ^Jf- - 

Which I warrant against Mil.k-*-. |B]i)iXOIii* IX D \ 

84 SOUTH WATER ST., ( H^T rT ^l 

Providence, K. I. 



indow dlass. 

Any Size or quality known to the trade. First- 
class workmen sent to attend to Re-glazing. 

WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, to., 

Arnold. & McGowan, 

[No. 6 EXCHANGE PLACE 



271 
F. II. Stafford. William Mason. A. T. Pierce. 

STAFFORD & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS op 

Cotton Yarns and Twilled Goods, 1 

All Nos. of Yarn f:cn Ho. 6 to 60, Sis^lo or Tri:tci. 
Mills at E. Greenwich, III., Barrowsville&N. Dighton,Mass. 
office : , 

27 Custom House Street, 1'rovitlence, It, I. , 



Hi Den ^VJDeane,, 

Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

nnnM' wmm 

DUvId, yHU£d,| 

And Rubber Goods, 

I8S & 190 WESTMINSTER ST., 



14, 16 & 18 UNION STREET, 
Providence, K. I. 

I Extra inducements offered to the trade throughout the 
{ state on lines of goods tor which 1 hold exclusive ?ale; as 
j also on goods from other first-class Manufacturers, of which 

I I am receiving choice lots daily. All will be sold to the, 
! trade in full packages, at manufacturers' prices. 



JOHN B. BENSON, 

Engraver of Steel Letters and Figures, 

And STEEL STAMPS, 

For Machinists' uml Carpenters' use. 

442 North Main St., Prov., R. I. 

Stencil Plates for Marking Clothing and Boxes. Brand- 
ing Irons of all sizes of Letters. Also, all kinds of Door , 
Plates made to order at short notice. 



272 

Physicians' Prescriptions 

Carefully Compounded by 

Charles F. Clarke, 

Registered Pharmacist 

310 CRANSTON ST., 
Pirdvklence K.r. 



Chas. F. Clarke's 

COMPOUND 
CIIKKKY BALSAM, 

35 C\nts per bottle. 
AND 

Champion Tooth-Ache Cure 



Clarke'* 



Drug; Store, 

n St., i'rov., II. I. 



CHOICE MILLINERY, 

39 & 41 Arcade, Providence, 

Hit* Hw ik Mnl|a« 



m 



rtSRS. J. A. HEYWORTM, 

Stamping for Braiding & Embroidery, 

— AT— 

144 No. Main St., Lonsdale's Block, 

ROOM 5. 
Braiding and Embroidery done to Order. 

Nathan Colin, 

Dress Plaiting and Fringing, 

All kinds of Fabric Plaited in any required Style 
at short notice. 

I have the latest improvements in Machinery, ami guar* 
aiHee satisfaction in working the most delicate fabric. 



69 ARCADE, 



PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



273 

George A. Chace, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

T$WM C r £ I o is JB rc T> 

— AN!) — 

Dealer ixx FRUIT, 

375 WESTMINSTER STREET. 

! 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Boot, Shoe and Corset Laces,; 

BRAIDS, Sec, 
Calender Street, Provideiiee, K. I.I 

3Vt O 2F*. 33 Y'S 

Hair & Sid C-Iove Store, and Ladies' Hair Dressing Rooms, I 

154 Westminster St., I'rov., It. I. 

CUP STAITJS.) 
Hair floods at panic prices. Kid Gloves 
Cleaned at short notice. Hair Work of 
w every description, including Hair Jewelry 
^f in solid gold mounting, made to order. ; 
bintrs of Hair carefully headed by new j 
rocts-;, an I made into Hair Work. 
y^~ H A I K W O RK TO L ET . „ ¥' 

GREENE'S DANCING ACADEMY, 

28 North Main Street. 

Hall spacious, convenient, well ventilated and eligibly 
located. A thorough and practical system of teaching, so; 
simple that pupils easily acquire the quiet, smooth and giid- ; 
iv$ mode now fashionable. The grace, ease and politeness ; 
pained bv a course of instruction at this Academy will be i 
°f lasting benefit. Pupiis (juvenile or adults) can enter at ; 
any time and receive a full course of instruction. Begin- | 
aer? commencing with the rudiments. 

l'lea<e call for circular. 




ETOPJK & CO.. 

PANTOGRAPH ENGRAVING MACHINES 

Ruling, Setting Out, Variusuiiijf and otltei Engravers' Ma- 

cliiucs ami Tools. Diamond points constantly on Iruul. 
Orders Uw Machinery and Ke]»air« solicited 

162 COVE STREET, PROVIDENCE, R. V. 



EXCELSIOR ENAMEL WORKS, 

.288 Eddy Street. 

JAPANNING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, 

Jewelry :i Specialty, 



A, SXIACXFOIU), 

MANUFACTURER OP \ 

CONCORD & COMMON AXLES, 

SPRINGS AND CARRIAGES. 

Builders' Iron Work. Heavy and Light Forging 
of all descriptions. 

105 Orange St., Providence, R. I. 



Particular Attention given to 

SHOEIIVTO 

Interfering and Over-Reaching Horses. 



shop 



13 Arsenal Lane, 



Providence, R, 



I 



The Providence 

Steam Carpet Beating. 

ESTABLISHMENT, 

Established 18f>9. Every Improvement Since. 

i 

117 Summer Street. 



.ECONOMY! NEATNESS! AND DISPATCH! 

Old Carpets made to look nearly as good 
.as new. 

' . a - - 

By this method of cleaning carpets they art? timfornily 
beaten their entire k-uuth and breadth, by Revolving 
flexible Whips, which will not injure the finest fabric, 
yet thoroughly expel all dust and moths. Address 

THOMAS A. EASTON, Proprietor, 

Ko. 117 Summer Street, 

i 

PROVIDENCE, It. I. 

Central Office, Hoppin Homestead Building, 

llooin No. 5, Second Floor. 



N. B. — Parties who advertise that they have new and im- 1 
proved machinery, are using the old style wooden beaters, 

which I tried and rejected years ago. 

Connection with Providence Telephone Exchange. 



276 Benjamin D. Bailey, 

Druggist and Pharmacist, 

17 THAYEK STREET, PROt., K. I. 

DEADER IN 

Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, &c. 

ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF 

Rochellc an<l Soda Powders, and ISicknelPt* Dys- 
entery Syrup for the Trade. 



HORACE LUKE, 

Feather Bed & Mattress Renovator 

And UPHOLSTERER. 

Also Manufacturer of and Dealer in Mattresses, Feather! 
Bed?, Bolsters and Pillows. Save your Beds and make 
them nearly as pood as New for Two Dollars per Bed. 
Pillows ami Roisters One Dollar per Set. 

Red and Mattress Ticks Washed for 541 Cts. 
All Orders will receive prompt attention it left at Xos. 
14 and It? Maple Street, or addressed to Horace Luke, 
Look Box 2*7, Providence, R. J. 

J. Theodore Gardiner, 

CONTRACTOR and BUILDER, 

Cor. PINE & ORANGE STS., PROV., R. I. 

Entrance, GO Pine Street. 

A Specialty made of fitting up Stores and Jewelry 

Shops. Repairing pi all kinds promptly 

attendee! to. 

GEORGE W. LEWIS, 

Stucco Worker & Plasterer,- 

Repairing:, Whitening ami Coloring. 

QentrQ Pieces & other Ornamental Work 

SHOP: 

8 Gilmore Street, Providence, 11. I. 



mmy PP't 









5 Custom House St., Prov., R. I. 

WILCOX BUILDING, - - ROOM 33. 



TURKEY RED YARNS 

Of every description always on hand. 

The only Genuine Turkey Red 

Dyed In the United States. 

MejEsd,finl:,Piirpl6,Blacl!,0ranpSLavend3r, : 

| WARRANTED TO STAND BLEACHING. 

; \ 

ALSO 

| I 

Dyers and Bleachers 

: ■ i 

-OP- 

COTTON YARNS AND BRAIDS, 

Send for I'rice List. I\ O. Box 832. 

HENRY ASH WORTH, Treasurer. 



Gr. 33. "W33CIT33, 

VyufSupSlBadi 

No. ID ELIZABETH STREET, 

By uiy common sc use method of Shoeing-, the foot is kept! 

in its natural state. 

&«f*LftiiieiieKti ;» Specialty.*? ft 



! E ^i2? ds & 3 Co,, l B. RICHARDSON, 

Weybosset 




Manufacturer of 



Street, 

Room 5. 

Manufacturers of 
all kin. Is of 

Self-Inking 

AN' J) 

Rubber 

HandStamps 

Notary and 
Lodge Seals, 
Steel Stamps 
j St e n c i 1 s . 
KSrMi [ ^'••nnls and 
Ir^al Dies of every 

t^-^0 description. 



is bymers 

PATENT 

Cotton Cans, Oil Cans, | 

&c. 

j 

Heavy Tin, Sheet Iron, 
Zinc ami Copper Work 

for Cotton and AVoolen 
Mills a specialty. 

Also Dealer in 

Ranges, Stores Joiks.&c,! 

Manton. It. f. 









New England File Company, 

Manufacturers of an Extra Grade of 

Hand Cut Files, 

These Files being of superior Temper will stand the hard- 
est test of any File in the market <>M Files lie-Cut 
and warranted to |jivc entire satisfaction. 

161 LOCKWOOD ST., - PROV., R.I. 
FRAKK FIIWKK, Agent. 



HENRY S. EMERSON, 

FURNISHING UNDERTAKER, 




; 



rite 



§«*£ 



No. 153 Pine Street, - Providence, E. I. 
Residence, 185 Pine St. 

Patrons furnished with everything in connection 
with the business at short notice. 

EDSON CARPENTER, 
40 Jlif/h Street, Providence, li. I. 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in the 



No, 




for Durability, Compactness, Cleanliness, Ventilation, 

Simplicity ami Adjustment, Xrcrr Equalled .' 

All Kinds of MATTRESSES For Sale- 



tern 



2SJ 



R. L. HENRYS, 



-DEALER IN- 



Lead, Oil, Colors, 

VARNISHES AND GLUE. 

Also, a complete line of 

BRUSHES, 

FOR 

Fresco, House, Sign and Carriage 
Painters. 

Fresco Designs and Stencils, 

ARTISTS' COLORS, 
GRAINESS' il SPECIAL" TOOLS 

fee, &c. 

190 1-2 Cranston Street, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



Established 1312. 1 2S1 

*{ ^ARNOLD, SULLIVAN Sc HENLEY, 
i£ £ 1T> No. Main St.. Providence, II. I. 

-S-g g GENTS 1 <r BOYS 9 FINE SHOES, 

SgjS fc EXCLUSIVELY. 

u-jg Makers of (ieitta* Fine BiiHinesH wear, ami 
<g | Retailers of Fine Ready-Made Boots and 
„ g J Shoes, of our own design. 

• £« Prices in Ready-Made goods, from §4.00 to $10.00. 
^•S^ Bo}' 8 ' Wear, a want in the trade now supplied, 
<t> — Prices from SI .50 to $5.00. 

£° g Arnold, Sullivan & Henley, 

J3 J5 Custom Makers, Retailer* and Repairers. 

JAMES CALLAG-HAN, 

Electro Sf Nickel Plating, 

Gilding and -Coloring of Jewelry, ! 

SATIN FINISHING & SILVER PLATING. 

Watch Cases and Jewelry Cleaned and 
Re-colcred to order. 

26 potter js^rxtnaasT, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Horse Shoeing, Carriage Forging 

ikixa o"oi3:BX3NrGr, 

— BY — 

WILLIAM A. JILL SOX, 

130 Dorrance St., and 38 Clifford St., 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

jftg^Larne, Over-reaching and Interfering horses are often 
cured, and always benefitted by uv method ol Shoeimr. 



V 



Ear! Carpenter & Sons, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



SO 






Ofnce, 2 & 6 Westminster St.. ccr. Dyer St., 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 
Charles E. Caiu'entek. 

Horary Zj. Parsons, 

COMMISSION MERCHANT, 

And Wholesale Dealer in 

Flour, Groceries & Provisions, 

IOO & 102 DYER ST., 

Cor. Crawford Sen tare. Providence. lv. I. 



IMPORTER AND COMffllSSfDN AGENT. 

Drugs, Bye Stuffs, and tafacto' Supplies. 

Agent for Tenters. Scutchers. Squeezers, Sewing 

Machines, ami Hydraulic Atmospheric Color 

Strainers for JSIeacliei ies ;i ncl I'riut Works, 

hnel Kcoitomizers for Steam Boilers. 

50 Westminster St., Providence, R. I. 

li. J. AJLFKEDS, 

81 I Eddy St , South Providence, R. I. 

DRUGS, MEDIcTNES, CHEMICALS. 

ROYAL BOUQUET, 

A delicate and Lasting Extract for the II audker chief, 

Price 23 Ckxts. 

Toilet aril Fancy Ankle-, Patent Medicines, Brushes, 

Soups, Perfumery. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. 

Wiius and Liquors for MedicalUse. 



TIMOTHY O'CONNOR. 

FLORIST, 

; Junction of Hope and Thayer Streets, 

PROVIDENCE, K. I. 

(Bouquets, Wreaths, and Cut Flowers of every 

description. 

Lawns and ftanlens I&kl our and kept in order. 

WILLI A3I K. Ki;VNOLJ>S, 

REGISTERED PHARMACIST, 

DEALER IN 

Patent Medicines. Fancy Goods, Painters* and 
j Jewelers' supplies, and Flower Seeds from 
J. 15. Hice's Camiirid^e Valley Flower 
Garden, New York. 
I Proprietor of Barton e*s Lotion, Reynold'* Bron- 
chial Syrup, and Reynold's Vegetable Pills* 

J354 Friendship St., Providence, R. I. 

j FOLEY & FALLOT, 

: ml m umM wvm Mm Vi Ui Ai 

Q \ 

26 Langley St., Providence, R, I. 

I X. B. — Particular attention paid to Interfering- . 
■and Overreach in;: horses. 

3E». 2VEOJFLOMT3E33T, 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN* 

Ales, Wines, Liquors, &c. 

AGENT FOR. 

\m Hampshire New York and Alhsy Ai:s and Pert::, 

28 & 29 South Water Street, 
Branch Store, 273 High St., Providence, R. I. 



284 



TO COTTON MANUFACTURERS. 




Stop Motions for Drawing Frames. 

This Stop Motion has been in consmnt use for the last 
five years, with the best results. 12,000 are now in opera- 
tion. 

Stop Motion for Railway Heads. 

It strikes a •* Gong Bell" when it stops. The Bell Ship- 
per is new and Automatic. No Weights, no Springs. Quick; 
and Safe. 93-t sold up to Nov. 1st, 1S77. I am making them 
rapidly. 

A New Graduated Lever and Weight. 

Working on Top of Head, for changing the Numbers. 
A Great Improvement for keeping Counts of Yarns. 

Weight Clip for Weighting Calender Boilers' 

On Drawing Frames and Kail way Heads. Calender] 
Rollers that are nearly worn out, may be still run as long as 
new ones, by the application of this device. 2,100 now in 
use. Send ibr Sample. 

Trumpet Cleaner and Condenser Combined. 

For Cotton Cards. Excludes Salvage Waste, Leaf, 
Sand, Dirt, etc. Send for Sample. 

Cut Rolls for Power Looms, 

Which wind the cloth Snng and Square upon the same. | 
A cure for Oily and Dirty Selvages. Simple and Good. 
A Simple ami Automatic Device for Closing Win- 
dows when it Ruins. Sent by Mail, SO Cents. 

jft-i^Tbe above are always in stock, and can be supplied at 
short notice by 

IX W. II A YD EX, 

31 Pearl Street, - Providence, II. J. 

N. B.— Bewaro of Snuriou-* Iniit.tti.m* ntn\ Patent Int'nusr •ni«-nt-«. 



285 



E. A. Johnson & Co., 



BflAl 



Tift Ip^Wtttl? 



1> o 



EVERY DESCRIPTION 



MERCANTILE PRINTING. 



At Reasonable Prices. 



Our oflice is supplied throughout with all the modern 
Machinery and Tools for the execution of 

No. 57 Weybosset Street. 

Edwin A. Johnson, Wm. N. Chadsey. Walter S. Southwick. 
*5"See Next Pagx.~£* 



■ E. A. JOHNSON & Co, 

V v 



-r^— 5 



Post Office Mail Arrangements, 
NEWSPAPERS, 

DIRECTORIES, ADVERTISING NOVELTIES. 

&c, &c. 

— ^sgKI^T^s^— ^ 

|Bqqk Work,* 

^ 

^\ We are Unexcelled. fj 

Having all the Xewest Faces of Type, Tresses of 
i the Latest Pattern, and competent Workmen. 



Estimates cheerfully given. 

57 WEYBOSSET STREET, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

jfrS^SEE Previous Pace. 



1 



No Wharfage. Low Rates. 

WIMSQR'S 
Line Steamers. 

Only Direct Line to 

PHILADELPHIA 



iWm 



Sailing from Ives' Wharf. India Street, Providence, 
every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 5 P.M., and 

from Philadelphia same days, at 10 A. M. Connects with 
Pennsylvania Railroad, ami Philadelphia and S. M. S. S. 
Co. for Savannah. Freight forwarded to all points South 
and West. 

^-Attention of Shippers is called to The fact that this 
is TILE ONLY LINE STEAMERS plying between Pro vi- 
deuce and Philadelphia. 

i CABIN FARE, (*^&fc*~r) $7.50 

Excursion Tickets to and from, $ I 3. 

Mark. Goods, Wixsok's Line. For further information 

apply at the Office. 

Geo. A. Kilton, Age., Ives 1 Wharf, India St.. 

PROVIDENCE, R I. 

Henry Winscr & Co., Agts., So., Wharves, 

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. 



Merchants and Miners 
Transportation Co.'s 

Prov., Norfolk & Baltimore 

STEAMSHIP LINE. 

Comprising the Steamers 

ELACOTE, WM BUR ana MELLAft 

SAILING days from providence, 
TUESDAY & SATURDAY, CI P. 31., 

From Lonsdale Wharf, India Street, 

CONNECTING 

At Norfolk, Va., with the Norfolk and Petersburg Railroad, 

and the Virginia and Tennessee Air Lino. 
■ At Portsmouth, Va., with the Seaboard and Roanoke Rail- 
road, and the Atlantic Coast line. 
At "West Point, Va., with the Richmond, York River and 
Chesapeake Railroad, and the Piedmont Air Line to all 
Points South. 
And at Baltimore, Bid, with the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. 
For Washington, D. C, Pittsburgh, Pa , Wheeling and 
Parkersburg, W". Va., St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, 
Chicago, and all Points West, North and Southwest ; and 
with the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company'- 
Steamship Line to Savannah. Ga., and its Georgia Central, 
and Atlantic and Gulf Railroad connections, for all points in 
Georgia, Alabama and Florida. Also with steamship lines 
from Baltimore to Charleston, S. C, and South Carolina 
Railroad. 

Freight rates from Providence to all points South and 
West are the same as from New York Citv. Mark goods 
via P., N. &B. Line. 

! Through hills lading given via all the different routes as 
above. 

For farther information, Arc , apply to 

E. H. ROCKWELL, Agent, 

Providence, R. I. 

Also Agent for Baltimore and Ohio, Virginia and Ten- 
nessee, and Georgia Central Railroads and Atlantic Coast, 
and Piedmont Air Lines. 



289 

|pattl\ittjj phtslitoiions ' 

OF THE 

CITY OF PROVIDENCE. 

[See also Business Directory.] 



xexw&t 



No. 62 WEYBOSSET STREET. 

Incorporated Matj, 1851. 

CAPITAL, . . . . $200,000. 

President, ZECHARIAH CHAFER 

Cashier, A. C. TOrilTELLOT. 

Clerk; WILLIAM R.GREENE. 

DIRECTORS.— William Spencer, Pardon M. Stone. Amasa R. Tourtcllot, 
Zechuriah Chafee, Solomon Tjler, William S. Hayward. 

Discount Daily, 11 A. M. Annual Election, hint Monday in June. 
Dividend*, April Olli and Ocfobrr. 



PROVIDENCE, R. I. 
CAPITAL, . $600,000. 

President, NELSON W. ALPRICH. 

Cannier, IIOKATIO A. HUNT. 

DIRECTORS.— Daniel Day, Josiah \V. Crocker. Edward S. Aldrieh. Gor- 
ham P. Pomroy, Nelson AY. Aldrieh, Edwin G. Angell, Henry W. Gardner. 

Dividend*, May t*th, Nov. /,/h. Board Meeting*, Monday*, 12 Jlf. 



JttamtfacUuw Rational |SnnIs, 

No. 26 Westminster St. 

Incorporated October, 1S13. He-Oraauized an a National, 1SG5. 



Capita!, $500,000. 



Surplus, $217,000. 



President, THOMAS DARKNESS 

Cashier, GILDERT A. PHILLIPS. 
DIRECTORS.— George C Arnold. Caleb Seagrarc. Thomas Harkne«. Jef- 
frey Huzard, George \V. Coi.gduu, Klisha S. Aldrieh, Gilbert A. Phillips. 

Discount, Monday, 10 A. M. Annual Flection, 2d Tuesday in Jan. 
Dividends, April 1 and October 1. 



10 



No. 55 Westminster St. 

Incorporated 1891. Iic-Oryanized a* a National, July, 1SG5. 

Capital, $500,000. 

President, Hknry L. KENDALL. Gitkier, C. H. Sheldon. 
DIRECTORS,— H. R. N'ighiingal*. Henry L. Kendall. John R. Anthony, 
Frauds S.fifDwneR, Thatldeoa H. Church, Nicholas Sheldon. John A.Brown. 

Discount, Monday, 10 A. M. Annual Election, ht Monday in Jan. 
Dividend*, January ami July 1st. 



No. 56 Weybosset St. 

[Incorporated May, 1856.] 

CAPITAL, - - - - $231,000. 

President, Henry J. Steere. Cashier, Sullivan Fenner. 

DIRECTORS.— Henry J. Steere. William Whiteomb, Allen Greene, Josiah 

W. Crooker, George L. Cl.illin, Ehcnezcr Allen, Stephen N. 

Mason, Edwin G. Angcll, George A. Seagrave. 

Discount, Monday, 11 A. M. Annual Election, ht Monday in April. 
Dividends, l*t Monday in June and December. 



* 



mmikm flnfioiini mm 

No. 70 SOUTH MAIN STREET. 

Incorporated 1791. 
lie-Organized as a National, June, 1865. 

CAPITAL,, . ~\ ~ . $500,000. 

President, WILLIAM GODDARD. 

Cashier, BENJ, W. HAM." 
DIRECTORS.— William Goddard, Marshall Woods, M. B. I. 
Goddard, William Garnmcll, Beujamin W. Ilaui, R. I. 
Gammell, George W. B. Matteson. 



Dis-ovnt, Monday, 10 JO A. M. Annual Election, 2d Tuesday in Jan. 
Dividends, 1st of April and October. 



291 



TRUST COMPANY, 

No. 60 South Main Street. 

Incorporated May, 1807. 



CAPITAL, $500,000. 

President, WILLIAM BINNEY. 

Vice PresH, ALEXANDER FARNUM. 

Secretary, CHAS. l£ SHELDON, Jr. 

DIRECTORS. 

Alfred Anthony, William S. Slater, S. S. Sprague, 

Amos C. Barstow, C. Fiske Harris, William D. Ely, 

Ambrose E. Burnside, Royal C. Taft, Rowland Hazard, 

Zechariah Chafee, Amos D. Lockwood, Chas. Morris Smith, 

Christopher Lippitt, R. H. I. Goddard, George I. Chace, 

Samuel M. Xoyes, Henry Howard, Robert I. Gammell. 
Edward D. Pcarce, G. W. R. Mattesou, 



^DEPOSITS received and INTEREST allowed upon the 
DAILY BALANCE. 

DEPOSITS may bo made with this Company upon the same 
principle as in Savings Banks, and will bo Entitled to Pak- 

TICIPATE IX THE PROFITS OF THE COMPANY. 

Letters of Credit procured, available in all parts of the 
world. 

£ST*This Company is empowered by its Charter to act as 
Administrator, Assignee, or Recetrer, whether by appointment of 
Court, or of Individuals. 



292 

No. 12 MARKET SQUARE. 

Incorporated Dec. im;l 

CAPITAL, .... $300,000. 

President, Oi.IV KB A. WaKHHUKN, Ji:. 

Gtshin; ClIAKLES H. ClIII.08, Jit. 
DIRECTORS.— Oliver A. Washburn, Jr., Benjamin B. Adnnts, Charles H. 
Childs, Jr., W. V. Savles. A. L. Sajton, Geo, tt\ Snow, U'm. P. Chaniu. ' 

Discount, Monday, 3 p.m. Annual Election, -2d Monday in Jan. 
'Dividend?, January and Jnlv. 



No. 55 Westminster St. 

Incorp. June 1831. Ke»0rgniiizrt1 as a National, Juno, lSGo. 

CAPITAL, $500,000. 

President, Geo. A. Seagravk. Cashier, OLLYS A. Jillson. 
Clerk. II. F. Manchester. 

DIRECTORS— George A. Seagrave. George L. Clarke, George B. Caldor, 
F. M. Ballon. George W. Whitford. Augustus O. Bourn, James 
Tillinznast, George. C. Kliott, Robert K. Northam. 
Discount Hour, Monday, 11 a. m. Annual Election, 1st Mon- 
day in January. Dividends, fitli nf February and August. 



HENRY C. CRANSTON, \ 

Jtanfor ftnv J3rokcr t 

37 Weybosset St. Providence, R. I. ' 

UNITED STATES BONDS, all issues, 

BOUGHT AND SOLD. 

Stocks and Bonds Bought and Sold in all Markets on Commission. Com- 

tncrcia! Paper and Moru'uees Negotiated. 

— ''•— 3fnm/f/ Stocks Uoutjht and Sold in S>m Francisco.-??*— 

Interest Alloired on [)< r o*it*. 



CLINTON R.WEEDEN, 

(Successor to A. Wall & Son.) 

Sankcl and Slohct, 

53 Weybosset St. (Hall's Building) Providence, R, I. 

UKAI.KK IN 

Stocks, Bends, Gold, and Government Securities. 

Mortgages, and Commercial Paf>cr Nrgotiated. 
INTEREST ALLOWED ON' DEPOSITS, subject to CHECK AT SIGHT. 



298 

WILBOUR, JACKSON & CO. 

pmifors mik Jprdbr*, 

52 Weybosset St. Providence, R. I. 

DBALKM IN 

COMM E HO I ^V L I'A. PE tt. 

Government Securities <.f all issues. Stocks, Bondfl, Gold, and 

Foreign Exchange, Bought and Sold. Mortgages N.-protiated. 

Collections made on favorable terms, and proceeds 

promptly remitted. 

INTEREST ALLOWED UN DEPOSITS SUr.JF.GT TO CHF.CK. 



Bank Building, 98 WeybossetSt., Providence, R.I, 

President, AMOS C. BABSTOW. 
V. Prex't*, Edward 1*. Knowles, Rowland Hazard, Samuel James. 
DIRFCTORS.— Charles Anthony. Lucius Weaver, Thomas A. Richardson , 
Zcchariah Chafoo, Oliver Johnson, Charles Dudley, Joseph C. Hartshorn, 
James B. Wiusor, William B. Greene. Henry V. Richards, Charles H. 

Sprague, Charles W. Fabvan. 
William Knight, Treas. <t 6:c Henry \. Harkington, Asst. Treas. 

Damkl O. Weon, Clerk. 

Quarters commence on the tirst days of January. April, July and October. 

Money deposited on or before ihc loth of these months, will draw interest 

frnm the ftr^t. Bank hour* from 10 to •>. 



IN PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

. ISTo. 1 MARKET SQUARE. 

Incorporated May, 1851. 

President, EDWARD A. GREENE. 

Vice Presidents. 

ROBERT KNIGHT, FRANCIS W. CARPENTER, 

CHARLES MORRIS SMITH. 

DIRECTORS.- Charles K. Carpenter, Fdwatd P, Taft, Henry J. Smith. 
Daniel Dav, George C. Nightingale. John B. Anthonv. Daniel B. Day, En- 
gcneW. Mason, Andrew Oonistock, Horatio X. Campbell, Alfred A. Reed, jr 

ALBERT C. HOWARD, Treasurer and Secretary. 

GILBERT H. ETA G AN, Atusrint Treasurer. 

FRANKLIN D. FORD, Citrk. 

Quarters commence on the first days of January, April, July 
and October. Money dejwsited jireiiou* to the third Monday of 
these months, will draw interest from the first. Dividends, 3d 

Mondays in January and July. Office hour- from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 



294 

WILLIAM RUSSELL, Jr. 



DSALKX IN 



Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, 

TOILET .A-HSTJO ls^J<TC^£r ARTICLES, 
Patent Medfeines, «€r. 

913 & 915 Eddy Street, Providence, R. I. 

Preseriptians carefully compounded at all hours of the day nnd night. 



® ■ 4i 



S. J. MORRIS, 

llllll 

AND 

-^mmtmitnial Sfucta 7folfwl^ 

%%* u 

Whitening, Tinting and Coloring. 
GOOD ASSORTMENT OF CENTRE PIECES 

ON" HAKD. 

Shop, No. 12 Constitution St. Providence. 



MICHAEL SWEENEY, 

Cor. Pine <fc Broad Sts., Providence, R. I. 

Opposite the Grace Church Cemetery. 

Bouquets^ Wreaths^ Crosses^ baskets, and Floral Designs^ \ 

Bulbs \ Seeds , and Bedding Plants \ Rustic 

Baskets. I 'uses, C~c. 

Gardens^ Lawns and New Places Laid Out. 

.Outside Work of all kinds executed with neatness and dispatch. • 



NEW YORK 

^knm <f^ r P* li^Kwj 



AND 



> 



106 HOSPITAL STREET, 
Cor. of Langley. 

In connection with the Providence Steam Laundry, we have 
put "up a Patent Machine for Cleansing Carpets. The (>nlg\ 
Machine in the City that Strains Carpets. By this method , 
the Carpets are first beaten on the Lack, and brushed on the 
face. The dust is removed from the compartment by an Ex- i 
haust Fan, which also removes any moth or larva that may be j 
beaten from the Carpet. The Carpets are next Steamed by 
super heated steam, which brightens up the colors in a wonder- j 
ful manner. This feature is not contained in any other mach- j 
ine, and is quite as important as beating, for renovating the ; 
Carpet. After steaming, the Carpet is dried by a hot cylinder. I 
Thus it will be seen that the machine is not only to perforth 
the beating of a Carpet, but to Steam, dry and brush it. there- 
by renovating or restoring it to its normal condition. We have 
the sole Patent Flight for Rhode Island. Knowing that wo can 
do work in a manner superior to any thing that has yet been 
accomplished in this department, we respectfully solicit the 
patronage of the public. Orders by mail or through the Western | 
Unton Telephone will receive prompt attention. Orders by Tele- 
phono may be left at the News Depot, Butler Exchange. 

Prices for Beating Carpets. 

Ingrain and Three-Fly 5 cents per yard. 

Brussels and Tapestry G " " " 

Velvet and Wilton 7 " M " 

Axminster and Turkey 8 " " " 

For taking up Carpets 1 " M " 

For laying Carpets 5 " " " 

For laying Stair Carpets special rates. 

Carpets called for, cleansed, and returned without regard 
to weather; cartage free. 

NewYork Steam Carpet Beating & Cleansing Co. 

106 HOSPITAL STREET, 
Cor. of Langley, Providence, R. I. 



20 G 



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STAMMERING. 

Special attention is given to Stiuients suffering from SPEECH- 
D£FECT. A clear and p»-rf-ct enunciation of words is soon 
acquired by our system of Respiration and Vocalization. 

DRAMATIC ART TangW and Scholars Assisted to Positions. 

Weals: Voices aro Strengthened and the Lungs and Throat i 
relieved by our method of teaching Ilia Ihapimiaom to iiAisnr- 
ally assist in producing tone The t, *JHnt€ev n Piano is used 
in Training tho Voice. A. A. II OX IE, Principal, 

Hof>pin Homestead Building, Providence^ R, I. 

TALLY- & SLATTERY, 
1I©I? Jl ii'ilt; Tail O WB$ ; 

Hoppin Homestead Building, 

281 Westminster Street. 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND-! 

PHILIP TALLY. JOHN' SLATTERY. 



Stained G-lass of Every Description. 
Bfimqft <y< Jilemorial faind-awd 

TO ORDER/. 

LEAD SASH for Church Windows Made k Repaired. 

House Painting and Glazing, and Hard Wood Filled 
and Polished in a superior manner. 

JAMES CRAWFORD, 

No. It Waterman Street, PROVIDIJXCE. It. I. 



O. W. HOOPER, 



DKAXKB IN 



Coal, 'Wood, TCLrrcZlings, 
HAY, STRAW AND GRAIN. 

All kinda of Light and Heavy Teaming done to order, 
AT THK LOWEST PRICES. 

49 Bridg-ham Street, Providence, R. I. 



J. HERBERT SHEDD. 
SHEDD & SAWYER, 

©foil, f$to haniat & gjtilt (SngtoMriS, 

65 Westminster St., Providence, R. I. 

Attend to a!l branches of ENGINEERING nnd BUUVEYIXQ, e-ipoeiallv to 
Water Supply. Draiuage, and nther Sanitary and Hydraulio Kn^inc-cring. 
and the di/ve'n; mi-nt of Ken! Pronertv. The Arrangement. Construction 
and Extension of M ills and M ac h i u er v , including the application of Steam 
and Water Power, ia a Specialty. 



ALLEN FIRE DEPARTMENT 

SUPPLY CO. 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Also, Hrtiss and Composition Castings, 

Twining Metals, X'c. 

FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

Office and Manufactory, Cor. Eddy and Friendship Streets, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 
R. J. GILMORE, Manager. SAM'L G. COLWELL, TrKis. 



TOYE & HOLMES, 

J\£ar~ble 'WotIcs, 

No. 5 Doyle Avenue & 499 High Street, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Marble 6r» Granite Monuments. Gravestones, Marble 

and Marbleized Slate Mantels, Wash Bowl Slabs and 

Granite Work for Coneteries furnished to Order. 



298 

IiEAlEY ROOFS 

Of Shiiifjle, Tin, Iron nr /'fit, — Painted, Repaired 
and made Water-Tiyht, or NO ill A UQ J:\—trit/i 

faYmti' §tatc £?aint & (Cement 

New Roofs Laid with our KuMht Roofing and warranted 
to give satisfaction. b*timutes i r< ih« city free. 

It. I. PAINT & ROOFING CO. 

Alflrirh Jloitac liuiUJ'i ntj. J > roriflcnct', J!. I, 



J. P. FALT& CO. 

|F^#fe| §mhmh?§ 9 \ 

And Dealers in BUILDING STONE. 
Works, Foot of South St., Providence, R. I. ] 

Freestone from Vorthiud, Long Meadow, Nova ScotUi d- Olilo. 
j. p. falt. wm. j. o'sn.i.iv.w. 



^n | . ... ... : ..... .. - 

$ fei:,,.: . -4 

J. H. ATWATER, Manufacturer of 
WOODEN STATIONERY, 

And many articles of LIGIIT WOOD WORK. Job Sawing and 
Turning done at very low rates, at 

Nos. 24 & 26 Potter Street, Providence, R. I. 



E. A. PEARCE & CO. 

Dealers in Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Copper Bath 
Tubs, Water Closets & Brass Goods. 

CITY WATER WOKKS A SPECIALTY. Steam and Gas 

Piping of all kinds. Jobbing promptly attended to. 

No. 293 Broad Street, Providence, R. I. 



E. A. FETTING, 
Carriage, Sign and Ornamental 

194 Pine Street, Providence, R. I. 

All Orders promptly attended to. 



LOUIS W. CLARKE, 



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TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE LINES, 

AND OTHER 

Electric Work Constructed and Maintained. 

All kinds Electric Apparatus Examined and Adjusted. 

Electric Bells, Alarms, Batteries, Electric Gas 

Lighting" Apparatus and Supplies 

For Sale. 

State Agent for National Bell Telephone Co. 

Brownell Building-, 

91 WESTMINSTER ST., PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



C. H. HEMENWAY, Jr. 

Sichct grafter, 

12 Westminster Street, — Providence, R. I. 

Railroad Tickets Bought and Sold at Less 

Than Regular Rates. 

Dealer in alt of the latest fttt/le* of plain and Orna- ; 

mental Curds. Chmtna and lCewani 

Cards a Specialty. 



CLIFTON A. HALL, 

gwlutrct and ^upcvintcntlcntJ 

Established A. D. 1830. 

No. 12 Market Square. 

Surveyor or Measurer of Carpenter*/ Masons' and j 

Pa i n ters 9 1 1 'ork . 

Also Inspector and Measurer of Stone. 



CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. 

N. S. BUTTERS & CO. 

ARE SELLING 

Me§f, Lamb} Pork,, &q % 

LOWER THAN THE LOWEST!! 
PRICE LIST. 

Sirloin Steak 20 and 22 cents. 

Rump 14 and IS cents. Corned Beef, T. P 9 " 

Round 11 " . Chucks 7 " 

Roast Beef 8 to lo " Sticking Pieces 7 " 

Mutton, Leg 14 " Rib Corn Beef... ..5 to 7 " 

Loin 12 rt Flank 6 " 

Fore-Quarter Mutton S " Salt Bork 7 «* 

Lamb, Leg 10 " Sliced Ham 17 " 

Loin 13 " Lamb Chops ...15 to 18 M 

Fore-Quarter Lamb... 9 M Fresh Pork S " 

Poultry and Vegetables of all kinds constantly on hand, 
at the Lowest Prices, for Cash. 

JVo. 446 HIGH STREET, 

Opposite Battey Street. 



T. J. FALES, 



MiXUFACTCKKR OK 

French, Store and Italian Awnings, 

Trunk and Ifar/on Corers. 

Tents Made to Order. Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed iu every case. 
Boat and Yacht Sails a Specialty. 

No. 2 Planet St. Cor. So. Water. Providence, R.I. 



PROVIDENCE 



monsimaUm d Musk 

AND ORCHESTRAL SCHOOL. 

(9// Painting, German, Italian and Elocution 

ARK ALSO TAUGHT. 

Prof. J. HASTINGS, Jr., Director. 
217 Westminster St., Providence, R. I. 



RHODE ISLAND 

Cement Drain Pipe Co. 

MANL'FACTC'IlFr.S OP 

DRAIN, SEWER, WELL AND CHIMNEY PIPES, 

Also, Garm:n' Vases, House Blocks, Match Safks, Etc. ! 
Office, BEACH, near PARK STREET, 

In rear Suite Prison, and near the (Jove Basin, 

M ' oY w: COK** nostra.*. PROVIDENCE, R.I. 

Contracts taken for laving Drains and putting in Wells, at Low Rates. 



HANNEY & MILLER, 

DEALERS IX 

Hot Air Furnaces, Ranges, 

PAULOtt and COOKING STOVES, 

HOLLOW WABE &c SZHHEZEO? ZINC. 
Alanufacturers of Cof-f>er y Sheet Iron and Tin Ware. 

Gas Piping, Plumbing & Metal Roofing. 

t£T General Job Work done to order at short notice. 

295 Broad Street, Providence, R. I. 



The Best Truss 

EVER MADE. 

The genuine Elastic Truss h worn | 
with perfect comfort, eight and day, rv.- 
tnining rupture under the hardest exer- ! 
efre or severest strain. .Sold at greatly 
reduced prices, and sent by mail to all 
parts of ilia Couutry. 

Send for full descriptive circular to ' 

T. J. HAMILTON, Agent: 

Office, Reat* of £2© UNION" STREET, 
rnoviD i:\ci:. Mi* J. 




COVINGTON &. HOWLAND, 

PRACTICAL ROOFERS, 

Only Agents in Rhode Island f<«r 

BEE HIVE BRAND FELT & COMPOSITION 

ROOFING MATERIAL. 

Office, 12 Market Sq.-P.O, BOX 769,— Providence, R. I. 

Residence*, 34 and "56 Caiitkr Stkket, 
Materials manufactured by N. E. Felt Roofing Co.. Rnston. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

\ &EW SEWING MACHINES,] 

ISTos. 6, 7*& 8. 

Are adapted to every grade of manufacture of 

Stitched Goods a?id every kind of Domestic Sewing. 

THEY ARE SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS 
I In point of Speed, Durability. Precision and Kaseof Operation ; Regularity, < 
Strength and Beauty of Stitch ; Range of Work, facility of Man- 
agement, Perfection of Construction, and Elegance of Finish. 

I WM. I. MULLEN, Manager, 250 Westminster St., Pro7ifience. 



SAMPSON, DAVENPORT & CO. 

PUBLISHERS OF TICK 

PROVIDENCE DIRECTORY 

Rhode Island business Directory, 

PROVIDENCE ALMANAC 

A.JSTD BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

Boston Directory, Boston Almanac and Business Directory, 

New England Business Directory, New York State 

Business Directory, Massachusetts Register 

and Business Directory. 

^LISTX) DIBECTORIES FOR 

Fall River, Gloucester, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynn, Newbury- 

port, Salem, Taunton, Mass.; Manchester, N. //./ 

Albany, N. Y.; Troy,N. Y. 

( 155 Franklin Street, Boston. 

Offices: n Belt What Cheer Building Providentc. B. I. 

I 55 State Street, Albany, N. Y. 



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(MOiEfciEriiErGW 

AND 

®hc (Evening f itllctm, 

PUBLISHED DAILY BY 

KNOWLES, ANTHONY & DANIELSON, 

At their convenient and well -appointed office, 

No. 2 Weybosset Street, Providence. 



The Publishers have in their establishment ft 

zfotjzr, cyxjIhstdzeje?/ rotahy press 

Capable of printing Ten Thousand Impressions per hour, 

AND A 

SIX CYLINDER PRESS, 

With a capacity of FIFTEEN THOUSAND per hour, 
enabling them to keep juice with the large and increasing dc- 
| mand for their newspapers. Notwithstanding these permanent 
and expensive improvements, the price of the Journal and 
Bulletin remains unchanged. 

TERMS OF THE JOURNAL. 

Daily $8.00 

Semi-Weekly, in advance 3.50 

Weekly, in advance 2.00 

TERMS OF THE BULLETIN. 

Daily, every evening $G. 00 

Single Copies, Two Cents 

LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO DEALERS AND CLUBS. 

S3$ r "The papers are sent free of postage when payment is made 
in advance. 



AZD'STIE^'T'ISIEIMIZEIISnTS- 

The combined daily circulation of 

THE JOURNAL AND BULLETIN 

Reaches about Twenty-JFive Thousand (opus. The price 

of advertising in these papers is much lower than is elsewhere 

j demanded for similar service. 



304 

^jrouidcnfe: jrcss^ompanj) 

T T J 

22 Weybosset St. Providence, /?. A 

[Incorjutrntfd ISO."!.] 
PUBLISHERS OF THE 

Providence Evening Press,: 

'Established May 14, 1HS9. 

JDJ^XXj'YT, THREE EDITIOITS. 
Containing the latest Foreign and Domestic News, l»y Mail and 
Telegraph. Daily IScports of Cotton, Wool nn«l Print t;iotli 
Markets Tor tin* city; ami the Daily .stuck and Produce Markets 
of New York, Bostyn and the West. 

TERMS: $8 per annum, S4 for six months; delivered by 
carriers in any part of the city. 



THE MORNING STAR, 

ISSUED EVERY MOJJN1NG, 
Has a large circulation, and is one (»f the very hest advertising 
mediums in the State Contains all the latest Local, Tele- 
graphic and Foreign News. 

Price, TWO CKNTS per copy, or $5 per annum. 

the rhode Island press, 

IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, 
And is a superior Family Paper. TERMS: $2 per annum 

All orders addressed to 

PROVIDENCE PRESS COMPANY, 

Will Receive Prompt Attention. 

Book, Job and Pamphlet Work 

Of all kinds, done with Neatness, Dispatch, and on the 

tir nynosT reasoitable tehms.jr 

SIJ>\i:Y 1HJAX, Aaentaud Treasurer. 



305. 



THE 



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WFlflfltiffl HPffl f I 



1 Z/00, Independent 
Newspaper. 



IT CONTAINS 



Nothing of an Immoral Nature. 



ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY, 



BIROWIS" & COBBETT, 



BUSINESS OFFICE : 



No. 1 Custom House Street. 



; coo 

Sunday Morning Transcript, 

IS PUBLISHED 

Every Sunday Morning , 

iAnd is tlie Only Sunday Newspaper pub- 
lished in Rhode Island. 

It is a first-class' Newspaper that can bo taken 

into any home, as it Is entirely free from scandal-, 
ous and obscene articles. 

Latest Telegraphic and Local Xuws up to the 
time of going to Tress. 

Terms, &2. 00 per year by Mail. Single copies 
5 cents. 

P. TRUMPLEE & CO., Publishsrs, 

5 "Washington Row, Providence, R. I. 

THE SUNDAY VISITOR, 

Delivered by Carriers in the city at 82.00 per 
annum. 



THE WEEKLY VISITOR, 

By Mail, $1.50 per annum. 

PUBLISHED AT 

No. 56 Weybosset Street, 

PROVIDENCE, It. 1. 

Afford Merchants and Business Men an excel- 
lent medium for advertising. 



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TII33 

Rhode Island Democrat 

is a large weekly paper, containing fifty-four columns, aiwlj 
is published at the low price of 

Two Dollars per Annum. 

Tub Rhode Island Democrat is emphatically si Dem- 
ocratic newspaper, upholding the impregnable principles] 

which have made the Democratic party, par excellence , the' 
Party of the People. Though in its "infancy, The Rhode 
Island Democrat has one of the largest subscription lists; 
in the country, which is constantly increasing, and it is there- 1 
foVc as good an" advertising medium as can be had in tin- 
State. A glance through its columns will be sufficient proof 
of the Democrat's popularity among local business men, 1 
who know its value better than others. 

i The Rhode Island Democrat is a popular favorite to-l 
day, in thousands of Rhode Island homes, and in fact is,; 
in every sense, a 

Popular Journal of Democratic Politics, News, 
and General Literature. 

i The tendency of the Republican party toward Imperial- 1 
ism through the centralization of all political power in, 
Washington, has awakened the people to national dangers,) 
greater than ever before experienced. ;< Eternal Vigilance 
is the price of Liberty." and The Rhode Island Demo- 
crat will prove itself an bouest and unswerving advocate 
•of popular "government, as Jiauded down to us by the Fa-: 
thcrs of the Revolution of 1 7 7 * '» . 

The Presidential Year of 1830 

will exceed in popular excitement and discussion that of 
any previous Presidential Canvass, and in the work ot se- 
curing by logical argument the success of the only Political 
Party that has ever blessed the country with an honest and 
patriotic administration of affairs, in accordance with Con- 
stitutional Law, 

The Rhode Island Democrat will ever be found alive 
to the issues of the campaign. 

Democrat Publishing Company, 

BROWNELL BUILDING, 

PROVIDE1TOE, ■&,. T.I 



UNiOM STONE COMPANY 

Patentees and Manufacturers of 

Emery, Emery Wheels, Emery Goods, 



Finery Wheel Machinery and Tools. Patent Mill 
Stone Cement, Grimier.?' and Polisher.*.' Sup- 
plies. Soapstone Register ISorcler*, and 

Artificial Stone. 

JOHN r. V7C0D, Treas., . - - 33 ZitU? Street, Boston. 



HENRY MITCHELL, 

[Established iu JS35.] 

Stone and Metal Seal Engraver and Medalist, 

Seals, Coats-of- Arms, Crests,- Monosrrams, and Letters 
Engraved on Stone or Metal. 

Xo. 5 Tremont Street, - Boston. 
CCATS-OF-ARfViS PAINTED. 



The Greene & Daniels Manfg Co., | 

Manufacturers ot' Ivory Finish and Six Cord 
SPOOL O O T T O 2\r , 

Also, all kinds of Single, Two or more Fly 
COTTON Y.A. jFL TXT S , 
In Chain Warps, Skeins, or on Spools. Hosiery, Cop*; and 

Embroidery Cotton. 
B. F. Greene, President. 

E. A. Greene, Treas* PawtllCket, R. I. 

(J. P. Grant, Agent. 



Union "W *xclcl±xxs C^o-, 

White and Colored Waddings and Batting, 

Also machinery Waste for Railroad and 

Steamboat purposes. 

Our Batting is put up by Improved and Patented process. 

Office, Phenix Building, 48 Exchange Place, Prov., R. I. 

T). Coft*, President. J. I>. Cranston, Purchasing Agt 

Henry B. Metcalf, Treas. II. A. Steams, superintendent. 

Mills at Paw tucket, 11. I. 



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WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



F 




LJl iLJiiQ/' 



Of All Descriptions. 



Paper Mf'rs Materials 

FELTS, WIRES, &c. 
91 Federal Street, 



BOSTON. 



Alexandeii II. RlCK. 
(hah. ,S. Kendall. 



J. Willaud Kick. 
C. S. Kendall, Jr. I 



ATWOOD, CRAWFORD & Co., 

(Surv *«;or- to Oushinan, Phillips & Co ,) 

Manufacturers of Spools, 

For I 'ofton and Linen Thread, Machine Tw i-t, Tram and 
SewinirSilk. 

Ami all kinds of FANCY TURNING. 

PAWTUCKET, R- I. 
•Aimer AUvood. V. Fred. Atwood. Jofm II. Crawford. 

CARRIAGE DEPOS8TORY. 

Loring- M. Monk, 

— Agent for the— 

Combination Gear Carriages, 



—AND DEALER IN — 



m m wmwi cabsiaces. 



—ALSO, — 



Harnesses, Robes, Blankets, Whips, 

And RUBBER COODS. 
21 High Street, Pawtncket, U. I. 

Rhode Island Spring Roller Co., 

Manufacturers of Stop find Sell-Locking Balance 

Curtain Mollers 

With Nickel Plated, Bronze and Plain Fixtures*. 

21 Friendship & 49 Peck Sts., Providence, R. L 



311 

iDA-isriiEiL :btt:r,:r,0"ws 7 
ACCOUNTANT, 

14 Westminster Street, Koom 11, Providence, R. 1. 

Difficult and Complicated Accounts Investigated and Ad- 
justed, Bankrupts' Hooks Examined, etc 
Refers by permission to B. W. Ham, Esq., Cashier Prov. 
National liank; Win. Knight, Treas. Mechanics Savings 
Bank; Henry L. Parsons; llartwell, Richards & Co., 
Merchants; Oscar Lapham, Browne & Van Slyck, B. F. 
Thurston, Attorneys at Law. 

I. 3E». HICHAUDS, 

Patentee and Manufacturer of 

ssfflsa Standard B oiler 

PUNCHES, 

113 Acorn Street, - - Providence, E. I. 
HENRY OCDEM, 

Plumber and Coppersmith, 

17 Meeting St., Providence, R. I. 

Manufacturer and Dealer in Batli Tubs, Water Closet 
Lifts, Force and Cistern Pumps. Lead Pipe, Bra-- and Sil- 
ver Plated Faucets, and Brass Fittings, constantly on hand. 

IftSfParticular attention paid to Jobbing and Piping for 
Pawtuxet Water. 

s. n. :o:o.tjo:e3, 

BOBBBSBOBBa 

Particular attention given to Shoeing in- 
terfering and Overreaching Morses, 

Shop, 81 Friendship St., Providence, 11, I. 



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ARTIFICIAL TEETH, 

MADE ON 

Fulsom's Patent Plate, for $12, 

i 

And warranted to fit the worst mouth. 

;F1NE NITROUS OXIDE GAS 

Used for Extracting Teeth Without Tain. 

Ml. SPENCER, 
275 High Street, - Frovidence, R. I. 

; Bouquets, Baskets and Flora! Designs. 

FERNERIES TASTEFULLY ARRANGED. 

Flowers Supplied for W&ldings, Parties, and 

Funerals at the lowest prices. Plants of every 

description equally as low. 

Gardens and Lawns laid out and kept in order. 
! Turfing don^ at low rates. 

I All orders by mail or telegraph promptly at- 
! tended to. 

j6 Lloyd St., ccr. Prcspsct, Providence, B. I. 



RICE, 

STARKWEATHER, & CO. 

2B EXCHANGE PEACE, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX 

! DYE-STUFFS, 






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O.F EVERi DESCRIPTION. 



C. J. WHEELER'S 

iPfiFEE tttMK tWtft 

49 Weybosset Street, 

I JlaWn Untitling, noirfjf opyottit the h>'ird of TraJt a>,r( Pott Office. 

I Advertisement:! inserted in all Newspapers in the United States, Can- 
ada, and the IVovincvs. at the I'tiblUher'g lowest rat«.s. Ul informa- 
tion relative to Kcwspupofs prver*. and tiles oj amny of the principal 

papers uf tin- country tr« e!y -ii--wn. 



s. M.ii^y^jU^iJ Li ! 

STEAM 
.inrl 

I jclOTTSHE, 
]S T o. 57 Weybosset Street, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



PrinliM id Piiisli 



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Publishers and Printers of 



POST OFFICE MAIL ARRANGEMENTS 

Throughout New England, 

Newspapers, Directories, 

Advertising Novelties, &c. 

Fine Printing a Specialty. 

T*.. A. .Tohnson. Win- >*. Chadsev. 

W. S. South wick. 



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The Rhode Island 

SAFE DEPOSIT CO. 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Cor Westminster and' Exchange Sts. 

EN THE BASEMENT UNDER THE 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 

For Safe Keeping of Valuables, 

safe Fjtoir run:! 

SAFE FROM THEFT: 

SAFE FROM A CC IDF ST! 

AlttlED. WATCiniEX 

ARE ON DUTY DAY AND NIGHT. 

A Burglar Alarm Telegraph, 

Connects the Premises with 

POLICE HEADQUARTERS. 

Every Possibility of Mistake is Guarded Ax;;tn»*t 
by this Company. 

JAS. S. PHETTEPLACE, President. 

H. A. HUNT, Secretary. 
CHAS. DRISCjLL, Supt. 

. OPEN FOR BUSINESS AXO INSPECTION 
Daily, from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. 



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FIRE AND MARINE 






EQUITABLE BUILDING, 

Opposite Post Office, 

PROVIDENCE, . . . .R. X. 



DIRECTORS: 

Henry C Cranston, Franklin A. Steere, Henry J. Steere, 

I Geurge W. lialleit, P. M. Maflicwson, Josiah W. Cruoki r, 

.?».hn O. Waterman, i'red. \Y. Arnold, Geo. W. Danielson, 

Francis M. Smith, John A.Adams, O. J. Rathbun, 

Thomas J. Hill, John S. Fain - r, C. tf. Arnold, jr. 

Robert £. Northam, Nelson W. AWrich. 

JAMES E. TILLrXGir AST. SECRETARY. 

FRED. W. at;n<»li\ Prestt»ext. 



Firs and LTaiins .farauee Company, 

PROVIDENCE, R.I. 

CASH CAPITAL, $200,000. 

Office, Atlantic Bldg., 45 Westminster St, 

INSURES AGAINST 

Fire, Marine and Inland Navigation; Risks on as 

favorable terms as other responsible Companies. 

DIRECTORS: 



F. PI. Richmond, George L. C ark 

James S. PI ettrplace, Elenrv L.?ppitt. 

George \V. [Kill, Wm/B. Woeden, 

Bailev W. Evans. .7. S- Parish, 

■ William W. Hoppin, Frank Mauran, 



e, 



John .7. Revnoltls, 

Samuel M. X vis. 
Elisha S. Aidrich, 
Edv in G. Angell, 



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T. W. HAYWA.UI>, Jr.. Si-. T. J. S. PARISH, PEES. 

Providence Washington 

INSURANCE COMPANY 

o k ^ . tyiz /; /> .1 . i) . 1 7 f > .9 . 

OFFICE, 20 MARKET SQUARE, 

PROVIDENCE, R.I. 

CASH CAPITAL, . . . $-iC0,0CC. 

DIRECTORS: 

William S. Slater, William Grosveuor, Jr. Francis W C 

Resolved Watern an, Wilham A-,..-, R ■ :■■ r! I. Uatnm -.1, 

Warren S. Gn-ene, Hcnrv J. Su-ere, E. 1 '; Ma-ou, 

Rowland Hazard, Charles E. Paine, R« i . I Tatt, 

J.H.DeWoh', !!■ v L. Farsons Eugene W. Mason, 

.l...]:ii S. ['aimer, Daniel Day. 

J. H. DeWOLF, President. 

WAKREN s. GREENE, Secretary. 

J. r>. BRANCH, a^'t Secretary. 



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UNION MUTUAL 

Fire Insurance Co. 

Ojjice, No. .'} Washington How, 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Dwelling Houses and their contents only are In- 
sured by this Company. 



A dividend of sixtv per e<-nt. is now paid nt the expiration of each 
policy. Available asscis over $.>UO,0UO. Cash Assets gb5,0u0. 

IMKl-nOKS : 

Josiah Cfenpin, Roval C.Taft, Alexander Farnum, 

William S. Sluter, Stephen Harris, Thomas J. Hill, 

Christopher Lippitt, Sydncv Williams, Rowland Ifnzard, 
William .1. Kin-, fcdwafd V Tatt, William Binnev, 

A.C. IhirsiMw, ' Ileim A. Hidden, George L. Clattin, 

Henry Lippitt, I. II. Southwiek, Thomas J. Burden, 

F. W. GartWfnttr, Charles II. .Smith. 

EDWIN BARROWS, Srerctnrv. SYDNEY WILLIAMS, TVcddent 



FHANKLIJS 1 

Fire Insurance Co. 

OF1TCK, WOOD'S UIIIJMNG, 

No. 12 So. Main, cor. College St., Rooms 1 & 2. 

INCORPORATED A. D. 19*8 I»KO VI DKXC R, JC. 1. 

Amount at Risk, S6,400, 000. Assets, !*<450, 000. 



This Company confines its business exclusively to Insuring Dwelling 
Honsesand Household Furniture. » Insures against Luss or Damage bj 
Lightning. Also insur. • IV. «eo Work on the walls of Dwelling House.-. 
Dividends paid at the expiration of Policies. 

DIRECTORS : 

A. B. Dike. Thomas Brown, Lewis Dexter, 

Benjamin B.Adams, William If. Chandler, Amos M. Bowen, 

Edward A. Greene, Francis M. Smith, Charles F. Mason, 

<■ -. <:. Ni-htin .ale. so.ir. W. Mo wry, Matthew W. Ingrahajn, 

Resolved Waterman, A morose E. Burnside, VL II. I. Goddard, 

Charles D. Owen, Eug< ne W. Mason. 

JOHN R. WIIEATON, Secretary. AMOS M. BOWEN, President 



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City Insurance Company! 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. ' 
OFFIGE, 10 CUSTOM HOUSE STREET, 



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OFFICE, 

What Cheer Building, Market Square, 

PROVIDENCE, R.I. 

WILLIAM T. BARTON, President. 

WM. P. GOODWIN, Secretary. 

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"am.'V^I:,,,,. Edward .V. Green*. 

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